Bro&Sis Hotel - Hang Bun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tomorrow as well to get breakfast in the hostel and pack my bags in preparation. And figure out what exactly I'm going to do when I get to Sapa in a few days.
One nice thing about this hostel too is that I got my passport back right away. I've commented previously about how all the other hostels held your passport until you checked out, but this one actually gave it back once she'd scanned it. Kind of nice to finally be back in that modus operandi.
... hardly goes down at all from what it is during the day. I woke up around 5:30 and went up on the top deck to see the view. It was very peaceful at that time in the morning, and it was quite clear. We had breakfast on board (toast, fried eggs and fruit), paid our bar bills, and slowly made our way back to the dock. We were back on our mini bus headed back to Hanoi about 10 am. We made one stop on the way back, at a charity organization that supports disabled ...
So it was goodbye this morning to a wet and stormy Hanoi. But we told all our Hanoian friends not to worry , we'll be back in a just over a week. A 40 minute drive to the airport in the morning had us boarding our flight to Da nang followed by another 40 minute drive to Hoi an and our digs for the next five days. It really says something about the way they position their airports around this country, because no one is ever more or less than a 40 ...
... balloons or flowers, and more! Thousands of people sitting on tiny stools on every street corner eating noodle soup and drinking beer. There are also hidden gems of tranquility; a quiet rooftop café, a restaurant tucked down a back road, a relatively peaceful park with people playing board games or exercising, or even just a quiet residential lane. These sudden moments of sanity amongst the mayhem are what has made Hanoi such a cool place to ...
... day in Hanoi!
Well there you have it. I hope this blog entry along with the first entry I wrote about Hanoi gives you a taste of this historic city in all its crowded, chaotic, culinary, cultural wonder! It’s a city that we felt the need to escape from after a few days but were also happy to return to after a couple days away. Hanoi was exciting, educational and exhausting, and a fantastic travel ...