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... thank you's' I get my teacher voice out and they scattered. They came back intermittently singing the same tune, but gave me a wide berth.
We continued to walk for anther hour and a half passing 2 small villages. We eventually got to Yin's house, which was perched in the middle of the side of a mountain. The 'stairs' to her house was earth that he been strategically cut away and we ascended, again, to her abode. A pig sty lay to our right with a mommy pig ...
... again. We reached the entrance to the Love Waterfall which is also where hikers start their journey up the highest mountain in Vietnam, Mount Fansipan. It takes at least two days to get to the top and back but they are in the process of building a cable car right to the top, so I think we'll just wait for that! We walked for a while through some woods to the waterfall which was very pretty. We'd brought swimming things but the water was pretty cold and there was quite a ...
... a weird flute!! He sure had talent!
We made it back to the hotel for lunch before having a final wander around the town. The town really reminded us of a ski resort with lots of restaurants and the mountains around. We had the afternoon to pass before our train and so we decided to get massages after all the trekking....and forced Cameron into it too! They were hilarious and definitely the weirdest massages ever! There was a lot of awkward prodding and ...
... angekommen, war dies allerdings ein stinknormales Zimmer ohne Balkon und auch ohne Sicht über die Berge. Wir sind also ziemlich sicher, dass wir nicht das Zimmer bekamen für welches wir bezahlten. Nachdem zudem der Internetempfang im Zimmer schlecht war, ich am nächsten Tag im Dunkeln duschen musste, da der Strom ausfiel und die Dusche mehr kalt als warm war, fragten wir ob wir nicht einen Rabatt für das Zimmer kriegen könnten. Die Antwort war natürlich nein, ...
... off in the direction of the Temple of Literature. Walking the streets in Hanoi is a unique experience in itself. All of the paths are blocked by scooters and food stalls so you spend most of the time walking on the road. There is also no real way to cross the street, you literally just have to walk and hope the scooters ride around you! The Temple of Literature was actually quite nice with a pretty garden area. It was a welcome change from the constant honking coming from ...