Royal 1 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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This morning we had the weekly skype meeting with the ACT2G team (Hanoi and HCMC) and Greg Fox who is in Canada. I could follow everything this time and i was the note taker. After i wrote the minutes for the meeting and sent them to everyone, it was a good experience and i only got 1 piece of information wrong. After the meeting i met with Thu Anh to discuss my work for this week. She asked me to observe the telephonists take a phone call to see how they do ...
... even closer to the Hoan Kiem Lake and the old quarter than my original bus from the airport.
From there I made my way over to the restaurant I had dinner at when I got back from Halong Bay. I arrived there at 3 pm, which meant the bus journey back had taken a lot longer than the bus to Sapa! I got a nice chicken salad and used the wifi to figure out hosteling. And just rested in general from walking - it's a lot warmer here than in Sapa! It's humid too. ...
... t quite the west end) none the less interesting rather than entertaining, the plot was just impossible to follow. We had some street food, a BBQ which we had to cook ourselves on the table, was yummy. Good bunch in our room itl be sad to split- that's just travelling ...
... anymore, a lot of rubbish in the water, boats in a row almost ,a trafficjam ,doing their trip, long drive up and down compare to the hours spending on the boat, begging for tips extremely overpriced etc. We just don't feel to go anymore.
The bus to Hanoi was a perfect bus, a sleeperbus, it took 18 hours. Lots of kids, cell phones ringing all the time, stupid television programs but we really did manage to get some sleep in ...
Bright sunny day can't complain, oh my god it's so hot, sweating like a PIG!! And that's just walking to breakfast. Plan of action is to go to the Temple of Literature, built in 1076, took a cab from Westlake it's about 5km away or £3.00 in a cab. The traffic is just amazing if your not confident then no point stay in that paddy field and drive an ox it's no place for the faint hearted. Made it to the temple dodged a few fan sellers, ...