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... waitresses were hilariously adorable, using their best english. After dinner we journeyed further into town towards the market, scary foods, more giggling chinese, gorgeous clothes, unless nicknacks and a skinned goat.... Seemingly one is killed everyday in the centre of town, was a site we didn't need to see. We passed down through the town and headed to an indoor market where watches and electical goods are sold. Cian and Des admired the beautiful copies, so shiny! ...
... to find somewhere for a drink and celebrate! We also planned on grabbing a bottle at duty free to celebrate back at the hotel. We were finished this part! What kind of Duty Free shops do not sell alcohol??!! Nothing! Lot of perfume and makeup but no vodka! Oh well, they have an Irish Pub; Excellent! No Guinness or even Harp. Not even a draught tap (these Chinese need to learn a few things!). OK, 3 Buds and 3 Jameson’s please. Funny not understanding look…He ...
... much better.
Arrival is at unpleasant 5:30 in the morning but don't worry that you might miss the arrival you don't need to set your alarm, they make sure you wake up even with earplugs, I can promise you!
Unfortunately a few days later I lost my camera so there is not many good pictures from this part of the trip. See the next entry on how to get from Behai to Hanoi.
... it and looked at it for over an hour. Occasionally he would show it to his
dad and then to his mom. He wouldn’t open it until we got to the hotel.
We had dinner and then we finished off the evening with a visit from Belinda’s best friend
Jane. Belinda hadn’t seen her in five years. She was very nice and she could
speak pretty good English. She brought us a special desert from Hainan.
... and Yuan put them in the pot to cook, when the water boiled. In minutes they were done. We had some red wine to drink and toasted each other. The Chinese people have a great tradition of toasting each other throughout the meal for the friendships they have. Other dishes we ate were calamari, oysters, whole fish and sticky rice on coconut slices. I don't think I've ever eaten oysters before and they tasted good to me. Same goes for clams from the shell and it was the first time ...