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... Then we come to leave and we're told we must wait while the barman waits for the all clear on the walkie-talkie! After a couple of minutes he opens the door and tells us to leave quietly, just as we're going through the door he pulls is back in, "Police" he whispers as he quietly closes the door. This is hilarious to us and after our beers we're struggling to keep as quiet as the barman would like, a few moments later the side door opens and a few people ...
... only for pedestrians, bicycles and cyclos (bicycle rikshaw) and some of the big, modern streets are just scary to try and cross. Next we went to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Museum. As we arrived we got to see the military practicing their drills for a big parade the next day celebrating the 60th anniversary of Hanoi being the capitol. Luckily, the mausoleum was closed to the public because they were doing the yearly upkeep on his body. I don't really care to ...
... are ordering the trip for $ 95 and we will be leaving Hanoi today at 9 PM. We’ll travel by night bus, where you should be able to sleep. From Hanoi to Sa Pa it takes 7 hours.
On given time arrives some guide on scooter and says us that we need to go to the next corner of street (30 m) after this he leaves for another people. When we are on the corner some French girls came, at least we aren’t waiting alone. They are also going to the Sa Pa and ...
Highlights of Vietnam
Travel duration: May 2014 to September 2014
ITINERARY IN SHORT:
Day 1: Hanoi Arrival
Day 2: Hanoi City Tour
Day 3: Hanoi – Train to Sapa
Day 4: Sapa – Cat Cat – Y Linh Ho
Day 5: Sapa – Ta Phin – Train to Hanoi
... kindly bought us a bag of Vietnamese coffee. I hadn’t realized that coffee was a product of Vietnam! We so appreciated the time that they spent taking us around…It is always a highlight to experience a city from a local’s point of view.
THEN another two nights and one day "1st class" train trip to get to Hanoi!!!!!! We shared our compartment with two Vietnamese men. The food lady with a trolley ...