Bro&Sis Hotel - Hang Bun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as a blessing in disguise though as I: lost weight, spent no money and drank my body weight in water. You can always find a positive in a bad situation! From Hue the guys and I got the train about two and a half hours north to a city called Dong Hoi. This city is essentially for those who want to go to the Phong Nha National Park home to many caves; one of which is the largest in the world among many others. After a few games of cards on the train we arrived and had a ...
... stools, we sipped some delicious, and partially ant-filled drinks and wrote some postcards. There are loads of caves and bars in Hanoi laid out in this style with tiny chairs and tiny tables spilling out onto the street. The pavements in hone city have a very different function to those in the UK. They are shop fronts, moped car parks and eatery floors. However, they very rarely provide a safe haven for pedestrians.
On the way to the station to catch our ...
... He even got shoes made. Then he was going to get some sandals made. But I had to put it under control, because it started getting out of hand. I was also extremely tempted to get a bright purple suit made 'Dumber & Dumber' style, but I invested in some handmade coral jewellery instead. Hoi An has an awesome atmosphere, with loads of little shops looking out over a harbour, & full of fabulous food. I have never said fabulous in my life, but there's a first time for ...
Waiting at Noi Bai for our flight. Got my checkin bag wrapped in cling film, so now it looks like one of those silkworm cocoons. Having been sealed for so long though, it might be best to stand back when it is opened. Could not get laundry done for last two days and in Hoi An was reduced to standing on my do babying in the shower ...
... not really any backpacker accomodation, and there would only be more expensive farmstays and boutique hotels. Luckily last summer a hostel had opened up, and it got good reviews, so I decided to go for it. And I'm really glad I did. The next day I joined a couple of people to rent a boat together to go and see the Phong Nha Cave, which was nice. In the afternoon we rented scooters and went to explore the area by ourselves. The scenery was stunning, and the Paradise ...