Royal 1 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... were a bunch of people from Taiwan excitedly looking at some bags and told us they were genuine which was funny coming from them. They apologised for making noise and when we asked where they were from a lady's son apparently told her she shouldn't have said Taiwan as they were making a lot of noise, we said if it was us we have said we were from Scotland which they all laughed ...
... they like, not the foods the gods like.
Then again I bet the gods love twinkies....just kidding no way.
Also it lasted 6 hours continuously....luckily there was great music and beautiful women, otherwise Clark and I would have bounced for sure!
... said toilets. On the right was four cubicles which we waited for. Next we met Cuong and who walked us and 3 other Australian women around the Old Quarter and taught us about street food. We ate like queens and received an education along the way. Madi and I loved the food which included a small pate and relish filled roll from a street vender cart, a steamed rice paper rolled up with mushroom and cinnamon pork as a starter from a ...
... Hue. But the bus to Sa Pa took us to the bus office central where finally with 2 h delay was waiting almost fully loaded bus to Hue.
Only empty places were at the end of the bus on triple beds where already two places were taken by guess who… yep, the French girls we have met on different places for last two days. I think the face expression talk for itself, they’re finally remembering us :D This is ...
... were wizzing past people's houses sooooo close to the train itself. We had a wander down the track and saw lots of people sitting outside their houses and even some dogs. Some kids were playing badminton on the tracks! As we were approaching the road at the end we could see the guards slowly closing the gates at the crossing. I rushed out, that was good timing! Then about 2 minutes later the train came past, it only just managed to fit down the tiny street. ...