Fortuna Hotel Hanoi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... as well try and get some money back. Get back to the room and I'm in the shower and hear Ant scream like a girl so I know it's a bug. He says it was a huge red cockroach and he could see its legs because it was so big. Puts me on edge so I quickly change and pack and get out to check out lol. Now have loads of time doing nothing on the boat so sunbathe a bit, write this, there's a "cooking class" which is a ...
... son temple and huc bridge. Finishing our old quarter we stopped off for a bite to eat Andrew had pork fried rice and Annie had stir fried noodles with a plate of spring rolls to share. After a quick nap we went back out to find a new bar to drink at, ended up at a place called gecko overlooking the busy centre of old quarter. Not realising how long we had been ...
Today i've got to experience a
The daughter of my teacher assistant
Well it was interesting...
They have different celebrations with
the bride's family and separately with the husband's family... so
today was with the bride's family... well million people were
They booked a nice room and we gathered
there and mainly people ate... (not very different from our western
... sauce. In Hanoi it's far more interesting. Start with rice wine vinegar steeped all day in a jar with a dense mass of chopped garlic. Throw in a handful of pickled vegetables and then ladle over it warmed fish sauce. To add one final flavor note, give the eater a pile of chopped red chilies. Put a few in the sauce. The longer you leave 'em in the hotter it gets. To stop the process just flick the chili out on the ground.
You assemble this mass ...
Day 52 Today we slept in from a big night of bia hoi. We didn't really do much. We walked around the streets of hanoi again just poking around little old antique stores and the like. We had lunch at a bakery near our hotel and the plodded around some more and took in the city. For dinner we walked into someone's living room restaurant and had a hanoi street food specialty called bun cha. It's rice vermicelli noodles with a sauce/soup of ...