Hanoi Daewoo Hotel
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Well, as I previously noted, unfortunately Joan cannot accompany me on many of my business trips. So here is my overview of a recent trip to Viet Nam.
I traveled to Hanoi to conduct a workshop for VARANS (the governmental regulatory body in Viet Nam for the oversight of nuclear power) on how to inspect the construction of a nuclear power …
... anh from oxford who does E&M at catz two years below me. I don't know her that well but decided I may as well see the city from a locals eyes. She brought a friend also and we went for an authentic breakfast. First we went to this tea and coffee house that was inside a small alley way and then to sticky rice restaurant - both of which really only cater for short people! Then anh took me around the city and we walked around the nice ...
... that there is not one cave, not two caves, but three caves, each one larger and more spectacular than the other. It was a shame about the crowds, but the cave itself was very impressive and with some (mostly a lot of) imagination it was possible to see various animals, people and objects in the stalactites and stalagmites.
Back on the boat we had some time to pack up our bags and regroup around the dining table for brunch, not that we were remotely hungry. Overwhelmingly ...
... fold & refold my new purchases! Then we decided to walk back into the chaos of The Old Quarter for lunch & to hunt for a new suitcase to house our purchases! It was always our intention to buy another as our existing ones are getting a bit worn out and one in particular didn't fare well being dragged across various train track obstacle courses! Back to our old stomping ground of Ma May for lunch at New Day. More spring rolls for me and duck with ...
If you want something done in VN Ha Noi is the seat of power as it ever was. Before the French, during the French occupation, and certainly after the American war. Very different to Saigon which is more westernised and maybe more vibrant Hanoi is slightly slower but I find, just as friendly.
We walked the streets today looking for T Shirts for Sista, I walk a bit faster and at one stage was well ahead. I stopped for a quick coffee and in my very ...