Bro&Sis Hotel - Hang Bun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today Dom is getting ready as he leaves to go to the airport really early tomorrow morning. Last night we picked up some more weed and brought a bit too much. So today, all we are doing is smoking and chilling out. Dom went into the old quarter of Hanoi to buy a T-shirt with a Vietnamese star on it for Emily's Dad. I watched a lot of anime...and I went ...
A little later we move on towards the HCM Mausoleum but that too is closed by now as it’s around noon. We aren’t worried as we never intended to enter but it’s an impressive sight nevertheless.
By now the heat is taking its toll so time to head home but not before taking a break in Café 34 for some light lunch and cool drinks. Feeling recharged we’re off again, passing the Military History Museum ...
... toy store.. Minutes later she emerged with the worst looking watch you have ever seen.. Black fabric with press button activation for a red electronic readout.. Fashion suicide!!! But only $12.00 The flight to Singapore was quite enjoyable. We both watched movies, ate, and drank and needed the loo at the same time..! Singapore to Hanoi was much the same , however Slug's ...
... of Hanoi, the part we are staying in, is a bit more vibrant, the part of the capital we visit today is less so. It's very regimented and formal, guards with guns stand outside several buildings, it's not somewhere you feel relaxed and probably the only part of Vietnam that has felt, what we in the west might consider to be, communist. It lacks the warmth and charm of the rest of Vietnam, neither does it have the air of celebration that has been prominent ...
... so Jackie enquired at reception and discovered that somewhere along the line our request for a taxi had been misinterpreted to we were waiting for a taxi at 8.00pm. Reception called a taxi for us, but by now Jackie was in total panic particularly when I informed her that we were supposed to be at the Orient Express ticket office at least an hour before the trains departure of 9.10pm! We both by now had visions of arriving last and having to share a cabin with 2 weirdos ...