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... group (we had our own boat for the 12 of us) relaxing on the roof looking at stars and critiquing the karaoke coming from a nearby boat. Lunch and dinner would have been to die for if you love seafood (fresh crab, oysters, fish, prawns...) but I was a lot more limited though I did try some of it (mostly stuff without eyeballs). On our last night in Hanoi it was their national Independence Day (from French rule), so they have been setting up for ...
We were staying at Halong Bay so we were able to take a boat around the cung grotto. It took about 25 minutes to arrive at the first little island where we went through the caves. It was such a relief to get inside away from the heat. The cave was so awesome. They had lights shining on particular rocks and the formations looked so cool! It was a little bit scary trying to get up the steps because it was so slippery. Once we emerged from the caves the view was ...
... preferable to me than traditional medicine. So, thank you Tara for introducing me to oils! I'm introducing them to lots of people over here! "Be the ripple!", right? And thank you Tara for not only introducing me to YL, but also for being one of my biggest supporters, encouragers and role models. Your messages inspire me and bring me confidence, and I am very grateful for you. Looking forward to getting more oils from you from Tommy shortly! Love ...
... A strange sight and pretty cruel but I couldn't help but chuckle at how surreal this was and yet how normal they made it seem. The local bus we got onto instantly brought a smile to my face with colourful Vietnamese fabric seats and headrests and the disco lights that lined the ceiling. Walking down the aisle to the only available seats at the rear, the locals all stared as if a group of zoo animals had been trained to march for their entertainment. One man even turned ...
... is home to a famous turtle (Rafetus Leloii, lets call him Rafael). Legend has it that in the 15th century the turtle rose from the depths and claimed a magic sword that had ensured independence from the Chinese returning it to The Great Golden Turtle God. Hoan Kiem means 'The Lake of The Returned Sword' and Rafael is affectionately known as Great Gramps. In 2011 a giant turtle was captured proving its existence, its wounds (from pollution) were treated and it was returned to the ...