Alba Queen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hand lowered and palm out - subtely suggesting traffic avoid you. Then you walk with confidence across the street, at the same pace so that the traffic can weave around you. Eye contact is avoided.
I am currently in Hue - a relatively small city. I went on on a cyclo tour of the city, which allowed me to be at street level with the traffic. The traffic here isn't nearly as bad as in Saigon or Hanoi, but it was still an adventure.
... We decided not to walk back because of the heat and Nathan isn't feeling so great today, (no it's not too many beers) we caught a cyclo back which was really fun, but we did stop at our favourite smoothie shop first. Cost 100.000 dong each which is about $6 a bargain. Tomorrow we head on our motorbike trip to Hoi An, which will be three ...
... in what you do on earth is manifested in reincarnation. The better you are - the better the form of reincarnation. Karma abounds. You could be reincarnated as a cat/dog or larger - but then again you could be an ant or earthworm. The way I have travelled through my life - reckon it could be a beetle!!!!!!!!! The doctrine has 5 rules:
no killing, no porky pies ( lies) no stealing, no infidelity and no drinking. So don't feel the ...
... crammed in front of them. As soon as we walked along the idyllic river towards all the restaurants and shops we were greeted by hundreds of lanterns all lit up along every building and candles in lanterns floating along the river. It was so pretty and all the restaurants did lots of local delicacies and cheap draft beers for as little as 15p a glass. Our favourite local food was Cao Lao and for as little as one pound a bowl we ate a lot of it! The next ...
... all four of us were happy.
The rest of our time in Hué was spent being tourists. We hired two cyclos again and traveled throgh the city, ending at the Citadel and the Imperial City. After much confusion, we found our way to the entrance, bought our tickets, and shared a tour guide with a French family. The one young man spoke fluent English (we found out later he lives in Hamilton, Ontario) and he was translating for his mother and sisters who lived in ...