Hanoi Daewoo Hotel
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... in Vietnam the speed limit seems to be 30mph even on the motorway! We eventually got to the harbour and waited to board our 'Junk' aka wooden boat. Once on board we were shown to our room which was nicer than most of the hotels we had stayed in! It had a balcony, en-suit and a massive comfy bed! It was then time for lunch, there was battered fish, crab, pork kebab, squid and some bizarre chips that had a sweet coconut milk flavour and were sprinkled ...
... like a military operation with all systems go - no detail is forgotten and the result is a fantastic introduction for us to a part of the world we never dreamed we would visit.
HANOI is busy, teeming with people and motorbikes, but there is none of the innate frustration, verging on aggression which you become used to travelling in London in the rush hour. Crossing the road feels a bit like jumping into a cold swimming pool, once you have launched ...
... on them, you're probably not going to want to eat dog. On the way to our next stop we did see several restaurants advertising dog & cat. Unfortunately, we saw some dogs being delivered to a restaurant. They were already slaughtered. Five German shepherd looking dogs draped over the back of a man's motorbike, as he was pulling up to a restaurant to deliver them. Our next stop was Halong Bay. Also a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Vietnam has a lot of them!). We took a ...
... for lunch.
Afternoon, we continue to visit the Temple of Literature. Tour follows
by a very relaxing trip around Hoan Kiem Lake (Restored Sword Lake) of
which The Huc Bridge and Ngoc Son Temple will be the must-not-miss. Head
back to Hanoi 36 streets to enjoy a ride around the old quarter. Just
sit back and relax. Bring you back to hotel after an active day.
Overnight in Hanoi.
... a mixture of people. We've got a calm, quiet couple from Bristol and also three boisterous sisters from Australia! When we got onto the boat, that would be our accommodation for the night, at Halong Bay. We were shown to our rooms and then sat down to a delicious lunch: fish, pork, salad, squid, vegetables and rice were all freshly prepared for us on board. Lucy and I sat with a young Spanish couple, Carmen and Tiago, and Jafrin who is from ...