Bro&Sis Hotel - Hang Bun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... been so amazing - they are chekcing on me and a couple of them brought me food and gatorade types drinks to keep hydrated. And Leila said she will check on my in the morning...so even though im sick, dont worry people, Im surrounded by amazing caring people :)
K im off to...well...you know.... goodnight people :( PS sorry about the no pictures but if you want to picture my day, go back to my hotel room tour and look at my bathroom...thats basically been it.
... as we got the kids who can come out outside, I went to check on Chi - and once again, he was laying in a pile of vomit :( so after changing and cleaning him up - its so hard to communicate with the staff because of the language barrier but from what I think - they fed Chi before we got there almost an entire bottle (like 9 ounces) - so frustrating. So once again, I went and got the translator and communicated to the staff to feed him LESS MORE OFTEN. They say "Ok, ...
The following morning we woke up early as we had to leave at 2 to catch our flight to Laos. Julia, Danny, Jonathan and I decided to give the Ho Chi Minh mausoleum a go. Here Ho Chi Minh's body lies and people go to see him, he died over 45 years ago but as he was such an influential figure, Vietnam decided to preserve his body by pickling it and allowing the people to visit. We went through an airport like security check and were told to ...
... By 8:45 we were checked in and I was fast asleep till midday.
We did some afternoon exploration of the Old Quarter. It is beautiful in a scruffy way; every narrow building competing with its neighbour in terms of height and style. The bottom floors always wide open, spilling a colourful shop or hostel onto the concrete pavement. All the buildings seemed family owned and run. The pavement was dominated ...
Today was a down-time day. Everyone still a little jet-lagged and worn out from the temple tours. We relaxed at the hotel, then headed to Hanoi via Vietnam Air. Impressive -- our flight left 10 minutes EARLY. Has that ever happened in the States? Driving into Hanoi, two things become immediately clear: 1) the Vietnamese loves them some karaoke (confirmed by ...