Catba Princes Hotel
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... personal slight against themselves. Or even a slight against my own country.
There is just no other way for me to be as happy as this at the moment. Despite the whining and moaning I do. I know it's a lot and I apologize. I feel extremely fortunate to be able to choose this way of life right now.
Thirty or forty years ago, this would never ever be an option for a single lady. Thirty years ago, I'd still be married and probably have two and ...
... making fresh drinks. Joel insists we try some. We sit down in chairs that are half the height of a normal chair. We know it'll be good because when we see locals dining out they are always eating at the short chair places. It is delicious. It would be even better with two shots of vodka. When we get back to the room we say our farewells to the Australians and get their contact info. I fall asleep listening to the cafe next door having a karaoke battle in the parking ...
... village and pearl farm, cycling around part of Cat Ba, a spot of caving - both on Cat Ba with the bats following a small jungle trek (what is it with our jungle trips and bat caves; luckily no bees here!) and the fully boardwalked cave discovered by the French full of stalagmites and stalagtights in various imagined shapes from Romeo and Juliet to the Singaporean Merlion, kayaking through lagoons and tunnels to catch a glimpse of ...
... loose rock and fell in! I got pretty wet and I now have a very large bruise on my left leg. Soon, the hike became more challenging as we walked through a dark cave with tons and tons of bats overhead. Jason and I walked through here fairly quickly before we all continued down some slippery rocks and then headed onto a much narrower path where we had to walk through a lot of plants and insects. This is also where Tim decided to tell us that there are leeches here. Jason and ...
... town, the shore and everything in between. Marsh has been reclaimed and capped with factory, logistics, and power stations, the pollution is tangible. A small run down building services two ferries and we crossed the deck of one to board ours. The water is dirty and the water way busy. The crossing takes just 20 minutes and Cat Ba welcomed us with a sewage treatment works, unfinished infrastructure and promises of grand development. A thirty minute bus journey took us to Cat ...