Halong Dream Hotel
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Hungover and didn't set alarm so stu wakes us at 7.10 for an 8 leave. Mouthful of coffee and toast then packed day bag for boat trip. 8.12 on bus stu 8.15 late! Small boat to big boat 5 kayak around a couple of the rocks off at monkey island climb to top (no monkeys) few swim then we were the last boat but it wouldn't start Squid fishing batman flower cutter Conner and mick at end last ...
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Half way through our paddle around we were approached by two Aussie girls in a kayak shouting 'We come in peace!!'. They then invited us to a party in Hanoi, but didn't tell us when or where. We can't wait!
After kayaking, the boat took us to a really cool massive cave that we didn't even know was on the itinerary, bonus.
We dribble-slept our whole way back to Hanoi as it got dark (so good), and then ...
... for a while and then went up on the roof deck and just sat and looked at the stars for a while. It was a partly cloudy night but you could still see quite a few of them. All of the overnight boats moor in the same general vicinity - this big open area behind one of the mountains, so there were lots of lights from the other boats around; it wasn't just our boat and the darkness of nature at night.
Finally got to bed around ten PM. As ...
... gave up after an hour or so to go up onto the sundeck and chatted to our new friends under the stars. It was such a beautiful evening, other boats were parked in the same Bay so we could see their lights on, it was so relaxing. We politely declined the crews offer of karaoke and headed to bed.
We got up at 6am for the sunrise and the captain was leading a Tai Chi exercise class on the sun deck. Breakfast was a little disappointing, just warm ...
... in the trees. We even saw a few adults chase down an iguana that was plodding its way along the shore – the iguana was no Komodo Dragon, but must still have been 2 foot long! After a lovely sunset on deck and some dinner we (well, Dan) set up the karaoke machine for a bit of team-bonding!
We woke up on Wednesday morning to a glorious day and an even more impressive view from our cabin. After breakfast we stopped on one of the smaller islands for a ...