Church Boutique Hotel Nha Tho
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... of 7 million people. The places we visited on the way back to the hotel were very dirty and we became acutely aware that we were the only westerners. It's a good job we had our guide as each street looked the same to me and I could not gain a sense of direction. The smog got to Jayne's chest and she had a bit of trouble breathing. I don't think I've seen a poorer city nor one as crowded. We got back to the hotel and then went to a very nice French ...
... high bunk and onto the floor so I could try and figure out how to unlock the door and get out. This took me several attempts but finally I found a button that latched the lock. As I exited I drew the door too and it clicked. Still desperate I headed off to find the toilet. It suddenly occurred to me, whilst I was in the (rather disgusting) toilet, that I had just locked myself out of my room. And that everyone in there (Becky and two asian men) were asleep. When I returned ...
... br> Next stop, Hao Lo Prison. Again we found the Vietnamese rhetoric as fascinating as the museum itself. The prison was built by the French colonists in 1896 to house the "patriotic revolutionary fighters that received ruthless and inhumane torture from the French aggressors". A stark contrast from the same prison that "created favorable conditions for entertainment, cultural and sports activities, chess ...
... that he was a 32 year old dad to a newborn baby boy. We knew the tour would have a maximum of 16 people, and, like most of our journey, the kids were the only ones under 18. We boarded a small bus and drove for four hours to Halong to meet our boat.
Like many tours, we had to make the obligatory stop at a roadside market. For 30 minutes! This market was interesting because many of the artists creating the art in front of us were women who were disabled. ...
... of ethnology.
The Museum of Ethnology was fascinating as it explained the history, culture, architecture and traditions of Vietnam's 53 tribes. There was even a large area outside that had reconstructed tribal houses that you could walk inside of.
Our next destination was the mountain village of Sapa, this is famous for it's minority tribes and also it's beautiful terraced rice paddies that look like giant green steps going up the mountain sides. We knew it ...