Fortuna Hotel Hanoi
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Morning drive to the coast and onto our boat for the cruise around Halong bay. This is a 5 star floating hotel with all meals included. Halong Bay is a collection of over 600 islands in all shapes and sizes and all covered in vegetation. It is spectacular. We cruised for the afternoon ...
... animals. We soon joined in and it was lovely to watch all the animals interacting with no quarrels. Over the next few hours a feast was prepared. Ker was a fantastic cook. We all helped make spring rolls, and kept Ker’s children occupied.
As we sat on the tiny traditional stools around a small table, the rice wine was poured into shot glasses (ceramic cups) and we cheered and thanked Ker for an incredible lunch. She had prepared some delicious dishes, and as always there ...
... or so away so it was good to see my name on a board once I got thru customs etc. checked in, showered and changed and off out before I crash. It's hot, 34 but a good breeze in most places so bearable. Forecast is for scattered thunderstorms so making the most of it now. Seems smaller and much more European than Ho Chi Minh City. Haven't seen more than 3; 2 adults and 1 child or 1 dog on a motorbike yet so another real ...
... The pollution here is just crazy and I'm craving to breathe some clean air!! But nevertheless I took my wheezy self to the Hanoi prison. I didn't take any pictures inside as I found it all very emotional, knowing I was standing where the imprisoned were tortured. I would say this is a must do and was the most interesting visit of the day. Finally I then went to the woman's museum. It explained the woman's ...
... constant barrage of noise and pollution.
Anyway we walked for a bit before we had sticky rice and braise pork in a busy locals only restaurant. The chairs in all street food places in Vietnam are only about 30cms tall and I found it almost impossible to fit my 6"3' frame onto them...forget about putting my legs under the table...The rice and pork were average, but then Dinh told us that later he would take us ...