Gia Bao Palace Hotel
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... wasn't near death experience and we arrive back around 4pm. Checking in to our same hotel we quickly freshened up and went for a drink at legends bar once more. It was a Saturday night and was a lot more busy then usual but perfect for people watching. We headed for dinner to Quan An Ngo which was a restaurant with different little ...
We awoke and were taken by a small day boat to the first kayaking spot where we went off for two hours through arches and caves in lan ha bay it was magnificent. We then went swimming off the boat and sunbathed. Next we left for a different spot where we swam around again ...
... I was sitting with the youngsters... and they kept
feeding me like a pig... everybody knows that when you cannot
communicate you must keep your mouth full... Just kidding... I simply
think that it's their way to welcome me... the werdo “white-one”!
The guests don't give gifts but just
money... and there is a guy that take care of the box... so funny!!!
They had the traditional “cut the
cake” and they ...
... of dishes you can walk by on any day changing with the seasons. This leaves some to call Hanoi one of the street food capitals of the world.
On the edge of the main market we stop in for shrimp pancakes. Mom starts the assembly line mixing tempura batter, turmeric, shredded sweet potatoes and topping it with two whole shrimp. It is pushed into an iron ladle and dropped into hot oil. A few minutes later she pulls it out and hands it on to ...
... go through customs and then re-enter the airport again to check into our next flight. This all took a while but we did have a five hour window to do it in. We hopped on the airplane eventually and were on our way to Krabi, Thailand. When we landed in Krabi we had to take a taxi to the hostel we were staying in in Ao Nang. We were pushed through the taxi service at the airport so fast we barely had time to register what was going on. ...