Asean Halong Hotel
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Sometimes the more you try to understand something, the less it actually makes sense. It's time to stop feeling sad!!! Well actually it's time to try to stop feeling sad!! Today we went to Halong Bay, a place that I have always wanted to go to, one of the destinations that inspired the whole trip. We left Hanoi at 8am, in the end it was 820am because I was late. We drove for around 3 and a half hours until we reached ...
... be from California! That was pretty neat, since there really aren't that many Americans traveling around Vietnam.
(Aside: I just correctly identified all of the nationalities of the girls in my hostel in Hanoi by their accent. Win!)
We had dinner after that and stayed up talking with some of the people from our small boat excursion until around eleven. I did get my shower in before dinner when they finally turned on the ...
... of arranging a tour (that is, visiting the bay), but it was so complicated and you could mostly only do day trips, or go to Cat Ba island, which I didn't really care that much about, so I just went with the tour. It was a good decision.
Anyways, headed back from kayaking. I sliced my finger a little bit on the underside of the skirt lip which was a bit annoying, but it wasn't a very big cut. While we were out kayaking the weather ...
... you surrrre” were repeated on many occasion by Thuy and his gang! So after a rather uncomfortable night on the train we were transported by bus another 4 hours to the Homestay where we were herded into a house on stilts and shown our new accommodations for the night. Michelle decided pretty early on that she would prefer a proper bed for the night and booked herself into the local lodge. I loved her comment “Sometimes I’m a princess and I just ...
... Island. It was nothing more than a beach, a row of bungalows/dorms, and a sheer 100ft cliff face. For two days I did little besides relaxing on the beach, kayaking about the never ending bay, and rock climbing up the glorious mountain faces.
From Ha Long bay we began snaking our way down south. Along the way we stayed in a number of unique and interesting places, some by choice, some because we ran out of day light and and were forced into finding a random guesthouse. In ...