Halong Spring Hotel
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... nuoc," or water puppetry show. Water puppetry originated in northern Vietnam at least one thousand years ago. Rice farmers actually invented water puppetry and would perform with wooden puppets on a natural stage of flooded rice paddies. In the photo here, you can see a picture of the beautiful water puppetry stage and theatre. It was an amazing show to watch, especially because the puppeteers were able to move the water puppets along the water in so many creative ways. ...
... nights sleep.
Total Budget - 4,048,000!
Halong Bay Cruise - $185.00
Drinks - 80,000
Day 79 - 15th June
That was quite a good nights sleep, the room seemed to stop spinning after a while. We had to be at 7am for a breakfast of eggs and bacon. We were going to the 'Amazing Cave' first so we transferred to the smaller boat. It's a bit of a silly name for a cave, they could have called 'Ha Long Cave' or ...
Once we had put our stuff in the cabins, it was straight up to the dining area for our lunch. And wow, was we glad we upgraded our trip. We had heard the food on the cheaper ones was pretty **** which was a key reason on upgrading. What followed was an 8 course banquet of delicious vietnamese food while we cruised through the majestic bay.
Suitably stuffed we arrived at a spot where we could go in a huge limestone cave ...
... Pearl (our Chinese junk). There are 10 cabins and a total of 20 guests on this 3 day cruise. Cabins are compact but well air-conditioned and super nice. We started cruising thru the spectacular scenery of Halong Bay which took our breath away. By 4pm we had reached the bay where we were anchoring for the night. We were rewarded for our efforts during the chef's Vietnamese cooking class with fried spring rolls. Then we boarded 2 person kayaks for a one hour paddle to explore the area. ...
... visited and second of Halong Bays. We were appreciative of this as we were cruising as we haven't been surrounded by a sea of tourist boats and feel somewhat secluded and able to appreciate our natural surroundings. Anchored for the night we're one of about eight others in this spot for the night so nice and peaceful and not too many lights.
There are nearly 2,000 islands within Halong Bay, the majority are made of limestone. Cruising along the ...