Bach Tung Diep Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Back on the bus to make our way back to the train station by way of Bac Ha Sunday market where local hill tribes dress up and come to chew the fat, quite literally, and maybe purchase a dog, a pig, a buffalo, a pony and much else besides. We were there with a few other whites to be tempted by a bewildering quantity of colourful fabrics and souvenirs. Purchasing strategy: decide what you want, bargain good humouredly, do not worry too much ...
... undertaking and quite mesmerizing to watch. Our second stop on the tour was ‘Paradise Cave’, an extremely long dry cave of which we were only able to visit the first 1km, but it’s known to stretch as far as 31km! The longest dry cave is apparently in Kentucky, USA – who knew?! However the largest cave in the world is in the very same NP we were stood – Son Doong cave, this was only discovered in 1991 and eventually explored ...
... utterly reliant upon the navigational skills of Dat to guide us safely to our evening escape from the mayhem. As we moved along the streets, we began to see examples of the famous Old Quarter guild streets, with shops located together all selling similar items in the same road (eg toy street, jewelry street etc as we had seen in Bangkok); this included a shop completely dedicated to Lego - Claire thought that Kaya would absolutely love it there!
... quality room, plus they agreed to store our main bags whilst we did our bike trip around the rice paddies in the Northeast.
Once we had transfered to ‘Senses’, we took a stroll around Dong Xian market. Dave brought some cheap shorts for riding in and Jacqui drooled over many beautiful fabrics. It was definitely a market for locals, we were barely pestered and you could see traders preparing their goods ...
... the Jade Mountain which is across a beautiful bridge on the Hoan Kiem lake, which is the main lake in the centre of Hanoi. I bought some beautiful handcut cards with traditional Vietnamese people on them to send home. I was starving, as usual, so I decided to get some doughnuts from a street seller. Big mistake. We took them without asking the price- first mistake. Then she wouldn't let us haggle, saying they were 150 dong, she actually meant 150,000 dong, as we had learnt from ...