Bach Tung Diep Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but Taylor was really informative about the food, speaking Vietnamese, how to work out what type of shops were in which streets and much more. We walked down roads and more importantly how to cross the roads without getting run over. We’ve will add pictures to show the number of vehicles on the road in such a small area, just to give you an idea of how busy it was. It was then off to grab some more food, we watched the making of rice crapes and this was filled with a ...
... Quarter she explained the names and meanings of the streets, a lot of them are named for their trade and there are whole streets dedicated to that trade, Hang Gai for instance means silk road with the whole of that road being dedicated to shops selling silk.
It was a really enjoyable morning. We went for a wander and found a nice French restaurant for lunch then headed back to our hotel to escape the heat.
... t vinyl (really?) and the bookseller, sunglasses, jewellery……
Gotta say the Hanoi Kids lived up to the reputation you read about, truly a friendly group with interest in you & showing you what YOU want to see.
We finished off in our lobby entering our experience in the journals they carried (which would make a great read someday) and the obligatory group photos.
A great day finished and we all slept well that night!
Early start, up at 4.15am to meet our driver at 5am to visit Angkor Wat at sunrise. A few hundred others were also there capturing the sight as the dawn slowly broke. Unfortunately not much water in the lake, so couldn't get a reflection photo. Spent several hours exploring Angkor Wat, which is huge. Sally even climbed to the high point. ...
... at 7pm. So we hung around the common area in the hostel until she arrived. We chatted to John, an Irish lad who basically was living at the Hostel and trying to find work at the moment. When she arrived luckily she was with two friends so there was room on a motorbike for me. Her name was Ani and her two friends were Son and Nam. Considering Stuart had wanted a Beer Hoi all day he asked if we could head out for one after dinner. So we all jumped on motorbikes and rode around ...