Bro&Sis Hotel - Hang Bun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a place on the same road for £12 including breakfast – a bargain!
Once we were ready, we walked to the area with the Presidential Palace and museums. Also in this area is Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, situated at the site where he declared independence in 1945. Inside, his embalmed body is encased in a glass box for all to come and see. Many Vietnamese visit here every day to pay their respects – we didn’t get there ...
... found this on my own. Our home stay host was so happy to have people come all this way to enjoy some of their way of life and share in a meal. The conversation was limited but with sherades and signs we got by pretty well. The food again was delicious and I was thankful to only have been shown his caught mountain rats and frogs and not asked to try them. After several thank you's and a customary shot of rice wine. We walked off to explore the village and climb up to see a ...
... of the kids in my room were still sleeping so Alicia, Luan, Foung and I got to just sit around and hang out - which was cool as I got to know a bit more about Foung - hes 18 and I asked him today if he had lived at the centre his whole life and he said yes - he doesnt know his parents and has grown up there in that environment - this kid also touches my heart. To be a kid with no disabilities at all, growing up in an orphanage where all of ...
... ve morphed into Wild Things, probably putting cows in the path of groping befuddled tourists…
I make it home eventually. Walking toward the sound of frogs, I almost fell into the pond I knew was next to my turning, and I got my landmark from there. I arrive home shaking slightly, having taken some 30 minutes to cover 400 yards. The door is locked and I wake up the owner to get in.
The following day we take the 2 hour bus journey to Hanoi. We are dropped ...
... kindly bought us a bag of Vietnamese coffee. I hadn’t realized that coffee was a product of Vietnam! We so appreciated the time that they spent taking us around…It is always a highlight to experience a city from a local’s point of view.
THEN another two nights and one day "1st class" train trip to get to Hanoi!!!!!! We shared our compartment with two Vietnamese men. The food lady with a trolley ...