Green Mango Hotel & Restaurant
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... How many baguettes? Even more than you can imagine it balance a big bag of them on your helmet.
What about heavy steel rods? Easy, lash them to the back of the moped, and onto the handlebars of someone riding a bicycle a long way behind. Your co-worker can sit in the middle, feet dangling having a smoke.
A plate glass window? The pillion rider will need some folded newspaper, of course.
For the smart set, the Honda Airblade automatic with front ...
... walk and we actually started with a food vendor next to where we started. Interestingly, the French did leave one reasonable mark on Vietnam – yes you guessed it, their food! The food today, is really what most of would call fusion! We started with a baguette and this was filled with a radish and chilli filling – very yummy! Oh! I should say that our group consisted of two young Adelaide girls and an older couple from Bangalore, India. We really had to walk at ...
Today it's time for a bit more culture we thought! Just around the corner from our hotel was a nondescript old building we had passed by many times. It was The Memorial House - an old original shop house that has been restored to show how the families lived and worked in this area - it used to belong to a shopkeeper and was built towards the end of the 19th century. It was lovely inside - sparse but restored to its original condition. ...
I'm getting in my share of pho before I leave, talking with some locals and getting lost and found all day.
I have booked my bus to go to Laos.. I leave in two days.
I have decided to brave the journey, even through all of the horrible things I have heard about this path. It's 24 hours trip from Hanoi to Vientiane, Laos. Most of the bad reviews are about how long it is, the many stops, etc.. These are all things I've ...
... who put together a great itinerary with the assistance of MR Eric on the front desk of our hotel .We were luckily in that Ho Chi Minh was in town that day,a well preserved version of him was available for viewing behind a class cabinet and an army of guards in very smart uniforms. At precisely 11.30 each day they put him away again then the thousands of people visiting the memorial disappear into thin air. We then worked out that it was it ...