Royal 1 Hotel
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2 hour drive to the amazing caves , Sang cave, Toi cave, Ba Giot cave, Nau Ruou cave. A sweet lady rowed us for 2 hours, along a warm river, emerald green, with lilac and pink water lilies, with bamboo, vines and lush greenery on the riverbanks. We are in a mountain area, and the river flows through tunnels or underground caves, some are 250 metres long. She rowed the boat through these tunnels, with stalactites and rock formations so low ...
... follow us around. They spoke little English, but would crowd around us. One little fellow took a liking to rob and had him going every where. Mick and rob would have to do bombs off the diving board and they had a flying fox. The kids were amazed at what they could do, as they could not swim themselves and where to scared to give it a go. When felicity got her camera out, they all crowded around here to have their photos taken. It was so hot ...
... Woman's Prison." Apparently it was just renovated and the overall theme of the museum was renovated as well. When I walked in I was immediately sent upstairs, where I started in the first room that included a documentary about women vendors in Hanoi and who I see in Ho Chi Minh City as well. It was extremely informative. The documentary focused on the daily lives of these women, which include waking up at 4:00 am to get to the market to get their product, work hard ...
... market. We drove to the Black Stupa then to the Great Stupa. It was very hot but the cold water sold from the vending carts were a huge help. We drove back to the folks' place and visited with Viola. She served us up a bite to eat. We were invited into the class to witness the bandaging activities of the mock casualties. It was hilarious! Our bags are packed and we're ...
... walk past. We were introduced to local Bun Cha a delicious soup with BBQ pork to which you add salad and rice noodles. Delicious fish sauce type flavour. Nom Thit Bo Kho a beef type salad. Photos tell the story better. Leisurely morning in Hanoi to visit the HCM museum as the Mauselium was closed. See lots of Ho Chi Minh propaganda and information he was a man with a vision for Vietnam and worked towards this with passion. Go walking to find Citadel ...