Fortuna Hotel Hanoi
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... to put our money together for the visas. Made it with just enough left for one cup of coffee. Thank God, we had brought plenty of food...(or so we thought). The only other bump was our tire Hub. The driver felt a change in the wheels, so he stopped the bus as they thought it was a flat...when the tire came off, they found the "hub" completely cracked all around- didn't take them long to change it and we were back on the road again.
Yesterday (25.11) we had quite a good plan set up, we wanted to plan our trip to Halong bay and train to Hue. Plan is to go to Halong Bay on 27th for a night then train to Hue over night on 28th. Booking Halong Bay was difficult because there are so many fake tour operators working in Ha Noi, so we went to a few that lonely planet recommended and went with Ocean tours. This is definitely something we ...
... two ladies singing traditional songs set to a quartet that played some very interesting looking traditional instruments. It was a lot of fun. The last royal dynasty was the Nguyen Dynasty which ruled from 1802 to 1945. This is a common Vietnamese name in the states also. Pronounced When. Hue had been the national capital until the last Emperor abdicated in 1945 to communist pressures and the capital was moved to Hanoi. Next, we did a motorcycle tour of the city ...
... visited the war museum which was interesting but only an afternoon worth and ended up visiting a sky bar which afforded fantastic views of the city. After that we left well before schedule.
Next was Nha Trang, a beach area swarming with Russians, so much so that half the restaurants had Russian menus rather than English. I can see why they like it though. After our first night sleeper bus (a metal box hell of uncomfortableness and no sleep but by far not ...
... The water was incredibly warm and we can now say we have swam in the bay - another tick as our guide TV says. Back to the boat and a quick shower then breakfast. Bacon, eggs, toast, fresh fruit, yoghurt and tea/coffee all to hand. We sail off towards the mainland again through the bay taking in the view. It had been a great overnight trip and well worth the drive to get there and ...