Gia Thinh Hotel
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... I’ve seen so far. I couldn’t believe how good it all was, especially some of the early-modern art was. Outside of London I haven’t seen so many pictures and exhibits that I’ve liked. Perhaps I had low expectations but I was blown away. The only thing it was missing were thousands of generic pictures of Kangaroos painted with ochre-yellow dots on a brown background.
After I went to see the temple of literature which was quite interesting but it ...
... So we had a candle lit dinner on the beach and the staff did very well to serve us a yummy dinner and cocktails! The next day we hired mopeds to look around the island. It was so much fun and even mum enjoyed it! We started by heading to the beach that we were next meant to stay at to check it out. We then went along to the next beach and had a lovely lunch on the beach, although I had my spiciest meal yet here even dad said it was so spicy! We then went to the national park where ...
... the whole thing gets a bit spoiled. Obviously it's still extremely beautiful, but with tons of boats, tourists, and trash everywhere in the water, you get the feeling that tourism has started taking its toll on the place. I found we as a group were commenting more on ideas for change than having an amazing time in the natural beauty. We headed back to Hanoi and boarded an overnight train. It was an experience. I was with Jordan the 21 year old and two young Brits ...
... br> Then – and I’m not ashamed to admit this – I rang Mum and Dad and had a moan down the phone at them about how much I hated Hanoi, how I reckoned I wasn’t cut out for this travelling lark and how I thought I’d made a big mistake. However, as parents do, they pointed out the obvious: that I was jetlagged and hadn’t slept properly for about 36 hours, as well as the fact
that travelling in a ...
Our last four days in Hanoi have been spent recuperating, exploring the old-quarter and its many noisy surroundings, dodging crazy scooters, haggling in the street markets, and indulging in some great food. Cold and wet weather arrived as soon as we set foot in town and given our very limited winter wardrobe this made traveling by foot around the city rather difficult. Cheap location secured once again, we decided to check out the local restaurant scene and found ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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