AVANI Hai Phong Harbour View Hotel
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... with towels.'
'No tows, towels, big pieces of towels.' Ron then grabbed a dressing gown and began scrubbing himself with that, continuing to say, 'towels, towels.'
"Toes?" Poor girl looked both mystified and alarmed at the antics of this demented man, flailing his arms around and wailing, 'towels, towels.'
The girl disappeared, then reappeared with a face washer and a hand towel so I guess it wasn't all in vain. ...
... with the lack of road rules over here. However on our way back to Hanoi we saw the aftermath of a motorcycle accident and with a man seemingly dead on the road. It must be an everyday sight in this country. We arrived back in Hanoi in the early evening for our last night in the capital and revisited a restaurant where you get a beer and a three course meal for just over £2! Cant go wrong! With Chelsea still feeling the effects from the previous evening she had a ...
... Bay, and it was easy to see why. Even with the rather tacky lights making it look like the Teletubbies had thrown up on the walls, the complexity and hugeness of the caves made it an utterly wonderful sight. We easily took most of our pictures for the day inside the cave, but as ever with these things, it was truly impossible to capture any depth with our basic cameras. Once we were back on the boat I drunk my cold tea just because I had paid for it and ...
... After a steep climb we arrived at the entrance to the first cave which was lit in such a way that it looked like a scene from Star Trek or some Indiana Jones type movie. It was surprisingly warm in there and the colours highlighted the rock formations in a mystical fashion. Progressing into the second cave just added to the impression of being on a movie set with more dramatic rock formations and occasional glimpses of sunlight through cracks. Huge boulders were ...
... it was beautiful. We travelled across the bay,, had a 5 course meal and then transferred into a 6 person. row boat to be rowed into a secluded bay where we visited the floating village and walked through the one room primary school there. A few young kids were fishing in the floating fish tank areas. We were supposed to go kayaking but the guide said we had run out of time.
After getting back on the ...