Dien Luc Hotel
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... domino theory), and thus began the American War.
Since the fall of Saigon in 1975, Vietnam has been involved in two more wars, one with the Khmer Rouge and another with China. Given this history, it is easy to understand that the “American War” is just one in a series and that the reunification of the North and South was probably inevitable given the country had only been split for twenty years. What continues to amaze ...
... br> Ron was the only one of us to enjoy and take in the six hour journey through the countryside, the rest of us got some shut eye, as waking up at 6am was a bit of a shock to the system!
The minivan took us to the 'Hmong Sapa hotel', up the hill from the main town and with stunning views over the valley. The temperature was much cooler in Sapa and it was delightful just standing on our balcony and breathing in the fresh clean air.
All hungry and needing some caffeine, ...
... onto a beautiful large white boat Au Co 2. Our cabin was # 202 - a luxury cabin at the stern and it was beautiful. Lamps, ac, soft comfy bed, fruit, champagne, blue & white ceramic vases, shiny paua shell feature walls, a bathroom with a slipper bath, a full sized shower, wooden blinds in the bathroom so you could sit on the loo or in the bath and watch the passing scenery or not! And best of all was the deck out the back - ...
... to scramble to get dressed and off the train hence no pix of this nice couple.
DAY 2 WITH DUYEN
There he is
Standing in the rain
With 3 umbrella’s
One for him, one for us and one for our friends Gaby and John
We’ve asked him to help them get a good taxi to the airport
... go at an extra cost. How kind.
The weather was disappointingly grey and drizzly, but Hanoi's bustling old quarter was small enough to walk around, cafe hopping and dipping into various local dishes. We instantly loved the food from our very first taster on Day 1. Street cafés can be found on practically every corner, serving basic but brilliant food on kid sized tables and chairs, (something we still don't understand - why not ...
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