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... at the Panorama Hotel we were told to store our luggage and go upstairs to the restaurant for breakfast and shower if we wished, before our guide would meet us at 09:30.
We had just a small group of six, a couple from Saigon, another couple from Chile and us. Thang, our guide decided we would do the shorter hike today as he was hoping the weather would be better tomorrow for the major hike which we were supposed to do today, ...
... 1497;ך מאמות מכל כיוון, עוד לפני שפתחת עיניי 01; בכלל ונזכר 14; איך קוראי 01; לך ואיפה אתה ...
... was, by far, the best hotel that we've stayed at since our arrival in Viet Nam.
Our tour guide, Song, is a HMong villager who learned English from tourists when she was a young girl and is now able to work as a tour guide due to her ability to speak English. She explained that she earns US$150 per month from the tour company during the busy tourist season and only US$100 when it is less busy. In addition to being a tour guide, ...
... in, and we had a couple of beers. We didn't notice until after we left the big signs in front saying opening soon! Our next (and last) stop was a pirate bar. Susie mentioned it, and wanted to check it out as she thought Darren would like it when he turned up. We sat out the front with the owner and an Aussie woman who came to Hanoi to get her teeth sorted, as it would've cost a bomb back home. We had a good laugh with them, and ended up staying there for a few more than ...
... in English. The only other young people in the trip were two med students in Switzerland, but one of them was very embarrassed of her English so interactions were a little tough (I spoke with the American-French girl much more though). That group also taught me the French card game Belote that seemed a little unnecessarily complicated, but fun! We all slept in a loft on twin mattresses that were laid out right next to each other, each with its own mosquito netting. I wish the ...