Gia Bao Palace Hotel
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... over the last few weeks, diapers, wipes, pillows for Duong and Chi, clothing for Duong and Chi, baby oils, lotions, sopas, qtips, etc. - all of this cost me less than 100 canadian dollars - and the total we raised was $2940 :) so here I am thinking "uuuhhhhh" this is a lot of money over here - lets try and make the biggest difference we can - and I think we did - I had tea with the director this afternoon and last week they did a tally on how ...
... fluid mud, the colour of Nutella and cold. Soon we are wading waist deep in it, lifting Rana out as she gets stuck repeatedly, and just praying Kier does not lose his glasses as he’s on his last pair. Lots of fun, and we fling handfuls of the stuff at each other, and the other people on the tour. We come to the final chamber where we turn off our torches and can stretch out floating, wallowing on the buoyant sludge in complete darkness. Everyone is completely covered and Rana ...
... After the massage, we met up with some Couchsurfer peeps--Hao and her friends--and explored Old Quarter in Hanoi, the place where backpackers and foreigners alike congregate. We ate and then got a few brews and chatted it up for awhile. What's crazy is that the city essentially shuts down at midnight sharp--shops, food carts, bars and everything. We got back to our hotel and Tony crashed as I had to pack for my venture to Phnom Penh, ...
... the Metropolitan hotel. When we arrived something told me that we weren't the only couple to have chosen this location : There was actually a poor beleaguered security guard stationed near the hotel's entrance, trying to shoo the brides away like pigeons: The couple sitting at the hotel's cafe got more than they bargained for when the paid for a quiet cup of coffee.
Upon arrival at the hotel came our first costume change. Right there. In the park Beside the hotel. The ...
We managed another whole day of wandering around Hanoi without being run over! The map that we had for Hanoi is more of an 'ish' thing. Finally after walking through the botanical gardens, we found a back entrance to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. We wandered in with no queues. Then found the entrance we were supposed to use! The queue was 400 meters long! Whoops. We then went to the Military Museum - quite interesting. Yesterday we drove up to Halong bay where we got onto a really ...