Halong Pearl Hotel
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... be seen laughing, like at school. It's making me laugh watching him trying not to. Jack and I both whiz around the cave and wait on the boat. We're now off sailing between all the islands and it's breathtaking looking out, simply stunning scenery. I'm going photo crazy as each time the boat moves a new great angle worth of a photo appears. Jack and I are keeping ourselves to ourselves at the moment. We are also two of six who are on the three day trip whilst most others (about 12) ...
... and onions. Probably the most interesting part of the farming is the rice growing, or more specifically the rice drying. Everywhere you look there is a pile of rice drying in the sun. And by everywhere, I really mean the shoulder of the highway, the middle of the sidewalk, or a center median. It has to dry in the sun for 3 days before they take it to be shucked. The fact that a runaway bus could drive over their entire rice harvest doesn't seem ...
We got on the train to Hue to ride the most famous section of the Vietnamese railways known for its beautiful coastal views. It was easy to see why - we snaked around the side of the coast and I was reminded of the train in Cornwall from St. Erth to St. Ives. The train was used predominantly by locals who were not fussed by the view at all, so most of the curtains were drawn, but we were able to get a peak of the scenery every now and then! The seats were full ...
... cabins plus an indoor dining area and a bar below. We set sail, were explained the itinerary and then served lunch. The scenery is every bit as magnificent as the postcards, it's surreal. We were heading away from Halong Bay (it's very crowded and polluted) to Bai Tu Long. It's exactly like Halong Bay just quieter and cleaner. The two bays situated in the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin were declared a UNESCO world heritage site and consist of over 2000 limestone karsts. ...
... see in the photos we have included! After dinner, we had fun taking pictures of the beautiful mountains amidst the emerald-blue waters in Halong Bay. We especially enjoyed talking about a number of topics with our new friends from Spain, Mexico, and England after drinks and photos, as it was interesting to learn about their travels and future destinations. For the final activity of the evening, we practiced fishing for squid, one of the most common fish caught ...