Bao Khanh Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... else wanted to share with. Our taxi arrived promptly and took us to the railway station where we queued up for our tickets. We shouldn't have worried as we found out that our cabins had been reserved and we were sharing with a nice young couple from Sydney called Alex & Kirsten. We had a chat & laugh with them about our respective travel experiences over a couple of beers. I stupidly asked them whether they had seen the events in Paris and this led to us ...
Sunday morning I joined several of the other volunteers for a tour outisde of the city. We went to But Thap pagoda and a woodblock village called Ding Ho. Afterward our tour guide took us to a local restaurant on the lake for lunch. Shrimp, snails and crab Pho. ...
... Trang explained the process of making rice wine, and we were offered a sample by the family. Of course we had to accept as it would be rude not to. We had a very small cup of rice wine (it is very potent so a small cup is enough) and Trang brought a bottle (they don't bottle the rice wine, simply siphon it into small plastic water bottles). We then continued through the village, with the village children excitedly waving and calling "hello!" All Vietnamese children know how to ...
... is a communist state, as you can exchange Dong into other currencies, but we couldn’t find anywhere that would exchange our Dong</i>]. Anyway, everything is always better on a full stomach and a couple of coffees, “there’s always tomorrow”, we thought. We had initially been due back to the UK on 24 November, but our intentions were to travel back sooner aiming for around mid-October. After many emails to our tour operator ...
... cities of SE Asia. There aren’t really any rules, just guidelines, and it makes for a crazy taxi or bus ride! Initially we were slightly afraid of being hit or hitting someone as we roared down the streets and around blind curves, we even had one taxi driver who went to far down a street and just threw it into reverse down a one way street! Ha. Somehow, we’re not exactly sure how, it all works out. We did have one pretty close call during ...