Green Hotel Hue
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we just chilled in the room. Around 7.30pm we headed out for dinner, we were heading for a vegetarian restaurant we saw in the lonely planet book, we actually found it but it was closed so we ended up going into this super local place where there were no tourists, we just pointed at what the table next to us were having as it looked nice. It come over and it was a pho on a gas hot plate and plates of noodles it was amazing!!! The best pho we have had ! So glad we did ...
... River. It is home to Buddhist Monks and we learnt that all pagodas are built with seven levels, as seven is considered a lucky number.
A final destination was the Imperial Citadel, a World Heritage Site, much of which is under ongoing restoration. Sadly many of the original buildings were burnt down by the French when they left Vietnam, and many others were damaged by American bombs in the Vietnam war.
The enclosure consists of ...
... about it change anything? Isn't more important to see what my identity is without the influence of the past? I have enough trouble with that.
Through this time on the bridge I thought about what I want to do, how I am going to go through my internship/job search/life. I came away with the same answer I always have, nothing. I have no idea. I looked into private intelligence work while I was sick which seems interesting. Basically people hire ...
... en masse.
Back on the bus. Stopped at the village of Lang Cau for the lunch hijack. Food OK but the service was poor. Deb and I never got our fried sing rolls. Very disappointed.
Back on the bus for one last time. This time, Michelle managed to talk us out of the Cham Museum Hijack as we were completely shagged and dehydrated. 2 Hours and 60 km later, we arrived at the La Residence. I must say that the bus was ...
Ohhh my gosh its hot!! So hot that actually I've not done much in particular here in Hue. I arrived yesterday morning, around 8.30am after what I thought to be a half decent night sleep on the bus, next to a couple of sleepless French ladies who were squeezed onto the trio of seats at the back of the bus. I managed to trace our final couple of km on Google maps so that I had a good idea where my home stay was and successfully walked there without ...