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Travel Blogs from Hanoi
Author's Note: apologies for this super-long entry but LOADS happened today that I don't want to neglect!
We woke up early this morning, another hotel room, another city. Except this wasn't just another city: it was Vientiane, the capital of Laos and our last stop before we depart on the next phase of our grand adventure, Vietnam. After visiting the night markets last night, all bags were packed except the morning essentials before we went to sleep. Given that ...
... can't say they didn't warn us! After we had been on our first ride I was coming down the 4 or 5 stairs out of the exit pool when my feet just went from under me and I couldn't grab the rail in time. This resulted in a bruised hand and a spectacular bruise on my lower back about 4 inches wide and has ended up being every colour of purple. It didn't hurt that much at the time so we just cracked on with exploring the park. There was an Olympic sized swimming pool complete with ...
... for 17 VDN (from now on I want worry about the extra 3 0's) we got a chicken skewer on a baguette with cucumber, coriander and sauce.....it was funny cause when we stopped to have a look I don't think the ladies expected us to buy one, they were beautiful and we were happy just to give them a 20, which is basically 1 AUD, not they would not allow not to give my hubby the change.....he tried not taking it so I said you're probably offending them if you ...
... 57118; As soon as we crossed the border into Vietnam straight away you could see the the differences between the two bordering countries. The roads aren't so good and you can notice the poverty difference. You wouldn't see masses of rubbish at the side of roads, stray dogs running around and kids walking on train tracks in china! The driving instantly got more dangerous too!! I'm writing this on the bus to Hanoi. It's refreshing to ...
... Absolutely delicious, crispy on the outside and the cakes melted in our mouth, but sometimes they were a little crunchy. You would eat it with lettuce, rosemary and mint wrapped around them. Our guide said the cakes were made with a marine animal. Finally he said it is a delicacy and only surfaces with the change of weather. Ahh...surfaces??? Oh, oh. Okay...what is it? It is called a Sa Sung or peanut earthworm. I ...
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