Travel Blogs from Hanoi
... He even found her at her hotel offering gifts in order to change her review. Hmmmm. So odd.
A bit later we went to get dinner and he asked us if we had written the review yet. Uh...no. After dinner he asked if we would write it that night. Fine. So we did. In the AM, after assuring him our review would appear in a day (as is standard) he asked if he could video us saying nice things about our stay! At this point I was done and ...
... pot. We took a walk down Silk Road and I had myself measured up for some funky shorts tailor made. There were also many coffee shops and shops selling various coffee beans which are some of the most expensive coffee in the world, "shrew coffee". Digested coffee bean from a shrew, cleaned then roasted. Once again I'm talking about coffee. Enough said. The Vietnamese food is some very good scoff. You can eat the local food on street stalls, sat on tiny plastic seats and tables ...
... out is always an adventure usually complete with some kind of combustible or face melting cooking apparatus just to keep you on the edge (or back) of your seat! We had fun chatting with our friends from all over the world. We laughed about the way our various accents change and the way everything sounds/is spelled. Eric has compiled a short list of Aussie terms he enjoys:
Sunnies = Sunglasses
Uni = College
... 5 smiling faces, all very welcoming and couldn't do enough for you (we so realised this was Vietnamese service all over, lots of staff, all happy to help). Our room was on the top floor and just about has a view of the lake, located at the bottom of the old quarter, where we are staying. Although feeling slightly jet lagged, we went on a food tour of Hanoi (hosted by Awesome Vietnam's Mr River) in the evening. This way we got the chance ...
... After a series of grin inducing and very fun climbs we saw what can only be described as a waterfall of cloud, pouring over the ledges of the mountaintops and ranges that surrounded us. It was beautiful but it was soon cold and without realising quite what had happened at first, we were riding through dense, cloud high up in the Phong Nha-Khe Bang Mountains. Where there were once Jurassic views and karsts in every direction there was now a total whiteout. What was once the ...
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