Halong Dream Hotel
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... of UNESCO world heritage site, Halong Bay. Halong Bay is made up of 3000 islands rising from the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin and limestone caves and islets. It was seriously beautiful! We spent time just sitting and taking it all in, taking photos and getting to know the others in our group. The guys we got chatting to were Andy & Emily from Newcastle; Mischa, Salo, Devon & Naomi from Holland and Jakob & Melanie from Germany. After ...
... made in Vietnam. it took us 4 hours to travel 170kms and we were on the boat by lunchtime. We cruised for a couple of hours before heading back to the hotel. We had a dinner at an interesting restaurant.... the food was fine but whenever someone tapped their foot the whole floor would ...
Spent last 2 days on a junk boat on halong bay .. Truly amazing scenery. Warm but drizzly .. Had a tai chi lesson this morning at 7am and then hiked up ti top island over 400 steps and very steep! Done a little bit of shopping .. Bought 2 scarves and now at hanoi airport waiting for our internal flight to danang .. Can't wait to arrive at ho-ain for 4 days rest .. Stay tuned for my next blog Deb ...
... What they do not show in all those travel posters is the number of boats on the bay (up to 500 in a day), but the area is vast and picturesque.
We stopped in a cove in Halong Bay and made the big climb up to the Thien Cung Cave, a truly amazing wonder. I had read that there were no handrails but that proved false (and as the steps were huge we really needed hand rails). It was a wonderful vast ...
We were on a good buffet role. Eggs and fruit every morning. After breakfast, we got into a Ford Escape cab and began our 3 hour journey to Halong Bay. The city seemed to go on forever, the sky was overcast so everything looked dull and poor. As we left the city, we were captivated by the Vietnamese workers in the rice fields. Their flattened cone shaped hats and loose fitting pyjama like clothes appear to be somewhat of a uniform among ...