Ha Vy Hotel
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... so tired. Woke up at half 2pm, it's pouriinnggggg with rain outside :( there goes my plans to have a pool day and tanning day! I have no tan, my body has no muscle anymore I am all flab, and putting on weight. No idea how as I definitely eat less than back home and healthier but must be the no exercise thing!! When I get to Oz I am joking a gym and getting sexy! Didn't do much for the rest of the day as raining :( P.s. 3 months exactly til my 21st birthday! And I have no plans ...
... a bench beside the river for a while just to rest and admire the river life (which isn’t much) then to Me Linh Square. Continuing on our tour we saw the Opera House, Notre Dame Cathedral and The Post Office – all beautiful French-colonial buildings. At this stage we were starting to fade in the heat so we had a quick lunch then headed back to our hotel for some air-conditioning time and a much needed nap.
After lunch we walked a LONG way to the Jade Emperor ...
... The only thing is that
they don’t seem to use salt in any of their food. It is soy sauce, fish sauce
or some other type of sauce that’s used to season the food or give it heat. I
certainly enjoyed it but my palette is used to good old American Kosher Salt.
We returned to the Hotel and had an opportunity to relax and get ready for dinner.
We had another wonderful dinning experience in Vietnam
... over a wooden slatted floor. We lazed around on sun beds on deck until lunchtime when the boat started its engine for the journey downriver. Lunch was delicious, served out on deck with a warm but welcome breeze. It was so peaceful. The absence of what Greg calls the Vietnam National Anthem (continual car/bike horns) was marked after the last couple of days in the city. The only sound was the chugging engine as ...
... and Mom and Dad had a very good meal. There were tons of scooters and tons of honking. Crossing the street was crazy, there were no sings for the pedestrians to go and stop even if there was a red light cars and scooters would keep going. It was Kaos.
We went back to our place and swam.