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Travel Blogs from Hanoi
... like mini mountains and were sticking out of the bay. All had there own shapes sizes and it was one of the most beautiful sites I had ever seen.
Around lunchtime they sat us down for a beautiful meal of fresh sea food they had just caught off of the back of the boat. Best meal I have had traveling by far! After lunch they sent us out on Kayaks so we could go around the Caves of Halong Bay. This soon turned into bumper Kayaks and everyone was getting flipped into the water. ...
... much food made right on the boat and it tasted great! We stopped at the "surprise cave" it was found by the French in 1901. The name comes from one of the rock formations inside that was a big surprise! :). The caves were big and had fresh water. We boarded the boat and passed floating fishing villages in the bay. We then got in kayaks and explored the bay. Then we took our boat to Tip ...
... alleys that led us there. The size of the lake within the chaotic city was fairly shocking. We visited the pagoda there which was very impressive.
On the way home we noticed the locals sweeping the dirt in front of their shop into piles down the road. This was then picked up by dustbin ladies, who repeatedly struck small metal bells or gongs at each new road to alert the locals. This was quickly dubbed "bring out your ...
... surprisingly, incredibly fun. I hope that I don’t need to have that kind of it anytime soon though.
The End of the Line
We didn’t know it as we arrived in Son Trach but this had been our last proper ride. Although the local mechanic had tried his best, the temporary fix had not lasted and my front end was beginning to get dangerously wobbly. Driving at any sort of speed at all meant that even a straight line was difficult to maintain, let alone ...
Her is something funny
Richard's Friend Eddy took a picture of this girl with a baby on the back. After some time when went to Hanoi city he went to a place where they made a painting of it.
Richard took a picture of the painting last year when he was at Eddies place.
And you know what??? today we saw the same picture in another shop where they had copied it.
So guess what-- Richard bought it and soon it will be hanging somewhere in the house.