Queen of Heart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and beep at anyone in your way seems to be the rule of the road but it a very complex dance based on adjusting the flow around you. When you are a rookie this is mystifying so crossing the road appears to be terrifying at best and impossible at worst. You start by calling on your psycho spiritual higher power to muster the courage to step out into the traffic. That's right. The only rule is to keep walking and do it at a "normal" pace. Why? Because ...
... the other side.... An actual army of ants were infesting this baguette!!! I nearly threw up, I showed Alex who'd already bitten into his and he just spat it all back onto the plate. Suffice it to say we walked clean out of there and settled for some crisps. That's the point though, food here is absolutely beautiful, I love to try it and try wonderfully weird things, but you do risk an upset tummy and a session on the toilet every now and again! I counted my ...
... I was surprised that this was all done indoors. They had live musicians who sang and interacted with the puppets from side of stage (all done in Vietnamese) and the puppets were a variety of people, dragons, fish, musicians and a turtle. Pretty humorous, you didn't need to speak Vietnamese to understand what was being conveyed. We walked back through the night markets and ate some delicious street food, a grilled pork skewer that was ...
... then we got dragon fruit, I did try some, it's like a dry melon with seeds and not as sweet but horrid texture. The drink choices were coffee or green tea, so we went for coffee, that came out and well, it can only be described as a paste! We asked for some milk and he said, "yes yes, already in" and started stirring my drink, which went from black to light black- literally didn't change! So far breakfast wasn't going ...
They say living abroad is like a W: you start at a peak with amplified excitement at the novelty and opportunities that lay ahead. You're an ambitious go-getter; nothing stands in your way of seeing, doing, and learning. After some time, the excitement fades into frustration. Language barriers, inconveniences, and, in my case, food poisoning, bring you down. These pass or evolve into the norm and you eventually reach a level of comfort. The ups and downs end in a peak, where ...