Asean Halong Hotel
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After an amazing, unforgettable day in Halong Bay and a sound night's sleep on board the boat, Claire and I woke up and went to breakfast in the dining room. Having filled up on toast and fruit, Claire and I went up to the main deck to take our last look at the awesome sight that is Halong Bay, as our boat had begun to depart as we ate en route back to shore.
Our last 30 minutes aboard ship were spent watching the mastery of our chef at ...
... us for sleeping, which made things much more comfortable. Unfortunately, the generator went out in the middle of the night, which meant no more AC. Each room has a fan, but when Iw as trying to figure out what some of the switches in my room do, I turned off the switch that controls the outlet the fan was plugged into and I thought that my fan was dead too. After about an hour of baking, I decided to go up to the upper deck to sleep on a lounge chair. The breeze was ...
... for the bars. There are 3 bars. Not even the street lights are on. Its kind of weird and creepy and we aren't really sute what's going on. Somewhere out of the darkness 6 hippies appear dirty, shirtless, shoeless, high and in search of food from a street vendor. This is our cue to go. We start back to the hotel walking in the middle of the street not thinking about how dark it is until a moped whizzes by. Thank goodness for flashlight apps. We pass a lady pressing ...
... Soon enough I moved into my new volunteer house which was situated right by the orphanage I had volunteered at. Here I felt literally thrown into the deep end and a bit overwhelmed by so many new faces. However, soon enough I made some really good friends from places as varied as South America, Australia and my room mate and now fellow traveller Issy all the way from the Shropshire countryside. I did not realise at the time that I was about to embark on one of ...
... room and then we were sent to another hotel which meant another 10-minute walk. By now our group wasn't in the best mood.
In the morning we woke up quite early (6.30), had breakfast and started to gather some information about the infamous tour to Halong Bay. A few friends of ours have recently undertaken such a trip and all of them were very disappointed about quality of the tour. In spite of the fact that these friends realized the trip in a different way, ...