Hanoi Daewoo Hotel
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... or slowing down. Once out of the building, we were given back our technology, and we were able to take pictures. And therein lies the next strange part of the day. Minutes after getting the camera and iPad back, a group of five teenagers ran up and practically accosted Paul. They wanted to have their picture taken with him. They were laughing and smiling, but they spoke not a word of English so our conversation was limited. At first, we weren't sure if the laughter ...
... side streets are the perfect place to test if this theory works in Hanoi works as well. I am still here to tell the tale, somit seems to work. The scooters just drive around you. I was a hit more careful,with cars, and never crossed a street when a bus or lorry came - not worth to see if they break as well (they probably won't). Just hope that no tourist is driving a scooter!!!!
I made it in one piece to the market. It is actually a big wholesale indoor market, and not a place ...
... it was full but we were shown another place of a friend.
Our stay (for both of us) in this window less but clean hotel rook was cheaper than breakfast for one person at the Metropole.
We asked the receptionist where to find the best "bun cha" around there. A famous Hanoi dish with barbecued pork, rice noodles and loads of vegetables.
The ground floor of Bun Cha Dac Kim at 1 Hang Manh was packed with locals which was a good sign. We were ...
Day 52 Today we slept in from a big night of bia hoi. We didn't really do much. We walked around the streets of hanoi again just poking around little old antique stores and the like. We had lunch at a bakery near our hotel and the plodded around some more and took in the city. For dinner we walked into someone's living room restaurant and had a hanoi street food specialty called bun cha. It's rice vermicelli noodles with a sauce/soup of ...
... French colonial mansion for dinner where we enjoyed live traditional Vietnamese music.
Made a dash to our new hotel with all our baggage- not a fun experience in the heat of midday! Were trying to be cultural and find a temple but got a bit sidetracked and ended up in an Irish bar run by a Vietnamese family- I doubt Finnegan is their real surname. We sat on the 2nd floor balcony overlooking the chaotic street below and ...