Asean Halong Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After two nights in the big city, this morning we were set to be whisked away to spend a night at one of the seven new natural wonders of the world, Halong Bay. This was a part of the trip that I'd really been looking forward to. Getting there, however, would take four hours. While Halong Bay may have only been 170km from Hanoi, G explained that …
... together in these villages. Commercial tenders come by at appointed times, sell them fresh water and collect their catches and take them to market. In the afternoon we kayaked to a cave and did a little exploration. Being away from the cities, I have also seen a few more birds, including more hornbills, kites, egrets, crows, and water hen.
In the down time on the boat they have offered lessons in making spring rolls ...
... and although the sell coffee its nowhere as strong as the coffee in the south. A stroll around the lake involved crossing the Huc Bridge and the Nhoc son temple. Back at the old quarter I decided to have another coffee at the fat cat cafe on Ta Hien street. A great place to sit and watch locals selling fruits and hurrying off on their motor bikes. As the rain don't seem to stop today I think spa day and yoga at the Fortuna hotel seems like a tempting ...
... since our first impressions were in the dark - every street vendor and restaurant staff shouted for your attention in every direction, I didn't understand the money quite yet (seeing everything in 1000's of dong made it seem expensive, but 35'000 dong was only £1), and there was people EVERYWHERE. Plus, walking in the road where scooters regularly came within centimetres of you takes some getting used to. After a few days we started getting used to Vietnam's ...
4/5..we had to rise early this morning for breakfast at 7. We stopped at Tie Tou Island where we could swim and climb to the top for the view. My muscles hadn't quite woken up yet, so b went to the top and I stopped at the halfway point. Ended it with a swim then back on the boat. We checked out at 9:30 and then sailed to Cat Ba Island. Boarded another bus and then went to the national park. What we thought was a nice trek through turned out to be an hour ...