Hanoi Harmony Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Really good value. Big clean room in ideal location!
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Het heeft even geduurd, maar ik heb een computer met internet gevonden. Kan ik jullie eindelijk een beeje bijpraten over wat we zoal gedaan/gezien/beleefd hebben ;) We zijn op dit moment in Sapa, in het noorden van Vietnam. Over een uurtje vertrekken we hier weer, we worden opgehaald bij het hotel waar we vannacht geslapen hebben. …
... men statues to put in the terrarium too. To make it even better, i had a great internet connection so i could actually see his face, rather than the pixilated colours of his face :P
After that i went for a beer on Jonny's balcony, and we all (including Amy) went to dinner at KAfe, which is Kitchen Art Cafe. Amy found it online and it looked good. She was right it was amazing food and still really cheap, we got tapas to ...
Today was a rough day and an amazing one - thats the experience of being here...you see so much sadness and joy in one day.
It was very very cold here - lets be serious, not cold by us Canadians - but cold - like fall weather in Canada. And remember, the buildings here dont have heat - so the first thing I noticed that I havent seen before was we came in today and all the kids were wrapped up in blankets - but the ones with no ...
... us some time to wander around and take in the city. Although it's a loud a busy place it's a great experience to see this way of life. The Vietnamese are always on the move, always trying to sell something or to get you into their shops and restaurants. Even if they see you walk out of one restaurant they are trying to get you into another. They seem to have no concept of the word 'no'. As this was the last place for ...
... which is a truly fascinating part of the city. It was here that we spent our day, getting lost in the multitudinous alleyways; drinking more weasel poo in French styled cafes; and haggling over the various extra items we would now require on our new quest. Come nightfall - which falls abruptly around 6pm in this part of the world - we ventured out for Pho. We did this without realising that Pho, like most Vietnamese words, is almost impossible for either of us ...