Halong Dream Hotel
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... kayaking (again pro's) and a mud bath. Sick. Nope it's closed because of the flooding. Hmmmm "Shall we do one cave today and just grab the night bus tomorrow morning" Jack asks. "Yeah great idea". We explain to Duong our new plan but tell him we'll still pay for both nights. Duong is the nicest/coolest guy we've met, as is all his family. He has a little one year old also who has a fascination with my socs and keeps pulling them down. Maybe he ...
... on the boat to a beach with caves behind it. We climbed up into the caves and afterwards relaxed on the beach and took some kayaks out. We had lunch at 10.45 as we drove back to the port. Early for lunch. At 12pm we started the drive back to Hanoi stopping on the way for a water puppet show in an agricultural village. I enjoyed it, John not so much. Tonight will be relaxing in Hanoi, shopping and some food. More to come ...
... After the invaders were driven out, Mother Dragon and her Child Dragons did not return to Heaven but stayed on earth, right at the place where the battle occurred. The spot where the Mother Dragon landed was Ha Long, and where the Child Dragons came down was Bai Tu Long. The place where their tails violently wagged was called Long Vi, the present-day Tra Co Peninsula with its soft sandy beach stretching many ...
... is to spare the environment the effects of their constant habitation and to get these families closer to health services and formal schooling. There is a school, but it is very small and only teaches the basics. At one point, there were several hundred families living in this village, now there are only several dozen. They seemed awful happy.
We made our way back to the boat and were greeted by a surprise happy hour hosted by the captain. Soon ...
... droves, it appears that the increase in costs has spurned tourists to other Asian countries where they can get better bang for their buck and live the high life for meagre amounts of money. I relaxed on chaweng beach all day Monday and flew out to Bangkok on Tuesday morning. I spent the day on Tuesday at Sriracha Tiger zoo. Originally I had planned on visiting a Buddhist temple which is also a tiger temple but unfortunately left it too late arriving ...