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... 20 minutes later two people walk in looking for a room and the bell boy tries to wake them. They both writhe around like children swatting their arms at the air and groaning. It is amusing and puts me in a better mood. The bell boy tries 4 more times to get them up and even slaps them. Eventually they wake. They say we can go upstairs to a room and rest which is music to my ears. We have to be out of the room by 12 so we walk ...
... br> To Judy, thanks so much for being Lauren's bosom buddy. You have such a
sweet spirit and presence about you and we are so grateful that we got
to spend time with you. Good luck as you return home and begin the next
leg of your personal journey!
To John, thanks so much for taking the time to get to know us, for
teaching us not to take anything too seriously, and for reaffirming our
hunch that British humor really is the ...
A quick one hour flight to laos was a definanately a better idea compared to a 13hr bus ride. We checked into our new hotel with a pool yah! Can defiantly tll it's the stat of the rainy season here, it's rained every day only for an hour or so but it pours! So I spent much of the day wondering the streets in the rain. The next day we visited the cope centre.. Which has been high on my list since I decided ...
The bus took about 4 hours to get to Hanoi and as we were driving into the Capital, I knew I didn't like it here. The streets are tiny and insanely crowded with shops everywhere so you can't even walk on the pavement. The Capital has a population of 7 million, the entire population of Laos. We had been told Vietnam had a good market so we were all so excited to go. Unfortunately it was not what we expected and was quite ...
... hats, and carrying bamboo yokes with a basket on each end.
Anyway, the rest of the day involved seeing local delicacies being made, such as popped rice candy, coconut candy and rice wine. The first two were delicious. Emma won't be swapping her prosecco for the latter any time soon.
The next day we headed out to the Cu Chi Tunnels. For those of you who don't know, the Viet Cong/NVA (who really were clever buggers - conical hats off to them). dodged the ...