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... preferable to me than traditional medicine. So, thank you Tara for introducing me to oils! I'm introducing them to lots of people over here! "Be the ripple!", right? And thank you Tara for not only introducing me to YL, but also for being one of my biggest supporters, encouragers and role models. Your messages inspire me and bring me confidence, and I am very grateful for you. Looking forward to getting more oils from you from Tommy shortly! Love ...
... and chose Package 'Happy II' . For Happy II we paid around 120 pounds and got:
- Three outdoor photo sessions at one of Hanoi's most-romantic locations
- Two dresses
- 1Jacket and some interesting shoes
- Two hair-dos
- Make-up and touch ups throughout the day
- One 12 x 12 photo album with 50 photos
- One 3x3 photo album with 50 prints
- Two huge 'A4' prints
- One table photograph
- 2 DVD slideshows of all our photos set to ...
... someone plays the guitar and other fun loving activities. It really appears to be the Hilton of POW camps.
I've decide it's time for me to move on from Vietnam. Unfortunately the good has been overshadowed by the bad and my overall experience of Vietnam has not been that great. In my travels I'm used to being places with different tourist and local prices but this is outrageous. The scams are huge and they will just laugh ...
... the story of all the wars that Vietnam has gone through over the past 150years. It was all depicted on paintings small snippets of information and later photographs of the American Vietnam war. Poor things, the French, the Japanese, the civil war, the strikes, the famine the concentration camps of the U.S. How they welcome us all now I don't know. It was graphic but seemed factual although very brief in terms of information. Back to bed to warm ...
... like we were going to crash a few times. Hanoi was the place where we finally became desensitised to traffic law being almost non-existent. It is also the benchmark bad which all future awful traffic situations will be judged. Send me back to Egypt now and see if I stand on the kerb like a frightened little mouse in a milk bottle top hat. Now we march fearlessly into oncoming traffic like we are in The Matrix, I am Pedestrian; hear me roar.
We were overjoyed to finally arrive ...