Halong Hidden Charm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... from the ancient paddles.. All we can do is joke and make fun of it with the few of us that are now stranded on a much nicer boat!
We make it back to our boat in time to start the pounding music to go along with our seafood dinner and dozens of beers going around.
The beers start flowing and the drinking games commence at our table.. Who needs to pay more for the party boat - it was the perfect boat!
Off to the room to sleep, ...
... in life, these children were all disabled. This market was full of handicapped people working hard sewing silk into beautiful pictures to sell to raise money for their charity. The pictures were priced depending on the intricacy of the work with some bigger ones coming in at over £1000. We unfortunately left empty handed but gave a donation to the charity box as we boarded back on the bus to continue our journey to the boat at Halong Bay. The journey flies by ...
... they have dogs on their floating houses which are all fairly new due to a government initiative to both replace and remove some dwellings and their occupants to the mainland. The houses are painted in subtle Tobermory colours only a bit bigger than beach huts nestled close to each other in the shelter of the Karsks.Back on board and just half an hour before a tour of the bridge and engine room. I'd brought a book to read but this ...
... watch in Fira and how I had a silly grin upon seeing it. The family is from Denmark and is traveling for seven weeks with their 6 year old boy and 9 year old daughter. The boys favorite footballer is ---- Ronaldo !!! There was a French couple who have lived in New Caledonia for the past decade and finally a young couple from Kuala Lumpur. Mid afternoon we had the opportunity to go for an hour or so kayak and visit a floating village where some ...
... boarded together. After putting on our life jackets we took off into Halong Bay to board our boat accommodation for the night. We arrived to our boat and boarded from the smaller boat to the big white boat where we were led upstairs. Here we were introduced to the crew and briefed on what we would be doing that day. First was checking into our rooms briefly then coming back upstairs for lunch. Me and Tammy were sharing a room so once we had our key we heading downstairs to our room. ...