Gia Bao Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to thin slightly if possible, take a deep breath, cross your fingers and walk confidently across the traffic whilst motorbikes weave round you beeping their horns. We walked around Hoan Kiem Lake, stopping at the Ngoc Son Temple which is on a little island in the lake linked by a bright red bridge. After that we walked to the Hao Lo Prison Museum which housed political prisoners and US POWs, including Senator John McCain. The kids were then in desperate ...
... along the road to reach our collection point. Luckily the rain had stopped and the road was clear from mud. It allowed us to speak more with Ker and My, learning and understanding further about Hmong and tribal life.
Back at the Ethos centre, we sipped away at their delicious warming tea and tucked into some guava. Myself, mum, Harry and Sinee couldn’t help but take a quick look in their workshop, which of course led to a few purchases. What made it more special was ...
... Here we meet our guide Hong, who will be with us for the next few days. We will come together with the rest of our group at 2.30 to have a city tour.
Our room is beautiful, shame we are only here for one night!
There are 10 including us in our group but we have not properly met them yet. From what I have gathered they have only arrived from Singapore today.
Our tour this afternoon takes us to the Vietnam Museum of Ethnography which is a visual ...
I had breakfast in the morning and did a bit of research before heading out. I had an early lunch as I wanted to go to the gym in the early afternoon (to prepare for Palapon). I had a walk down to the Vincom centre to buy some gym clothing but it's so expensive. I went to the gym for ...
... shrine to try the infamous egg-yolk coffee. An espresso shot was topped by a warm egg custard and loaded with sugar...it was unroooll!! We had a coffee one and a green bean one and they were as good as each other. We then gave Dinh an early mark and headed back to the hotel to try and reset the old body clocks as the next day we had to take a four hour bus ride to Halong Bay.