Hanoi Sans Souci Hotel
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... agreed to book our buses in around Vietnam. These are going to be an experience. Anyway we leave happy that we've booked most things. We grab some water and head for a walk around this huge lake they have - a really quite photogenic place and there are models everywhere having there pictures done with plenty of photographers. We walk on. Lunch time. We find a nice spot by the lake and i get a melted cheese and bacon toastie ...
... them arriving in the taxi and us arriving on our moped. It was amazing to see them all, especially my mum, after 6 months apart. Although social media and FaceTime have helped massively with homesickness, nothing can beat a physical hug!
Despite their long travels, excitement took over and we stayed up late catching up in the hotel bar. Unfortunately for us, the heavens had opened, the rain was pouring down and there was an impressive storm. The rain was so heavy that with ...
... of 'hairdressers' and we relaxed as we alternated between braiding each others hair. Later that evening we watched how Lao, the mother, prepared and cooked the evening meal over the open fire serving as both the oven and the central heating. We then shared an unforgettable meal, taking shots of an unidentifiable clear home-brewed liquor between intermittant mouthfuls of delicious food which included pork and chicken, home-grown edameme beans, omelettes, garlic ...
In the late morning I walked down to the other side of the lake to use the gym but it's closed for the next few days due to the 40th Anniversary celebrations. I returned to the hostel to do some internet research and found another gym not far away from this one. It was a lot grubbier but half ...
... A job for a few years at Commerce bank
And a lifetime friendship with his adopted family in St Louis
Whom he has visited almost every year for the last 12
These adopted parents are getting older now – in their 90′s
But they are coming back this year
Young at heart and generous of spirit.