Hanoi Alibaba Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... is only working until 17h and we were going to come back around 15h... We book another tour with her to Ninh Binh and a train ticket from Ninh Binh to Hue. After the city walk we decided not to stay here too long. We make sure we've seen what we have to see here and then move on as quickly as possible. Na een paar uur stadlopen hebben we pijne benen en voeten dus zoeken een spa om onze voeten en benen eens grondig onder handen te laten nemen. Eerst ...
... overnight) is named to give thanks to the baby dragons. It is easy to see why the people at UNESCO fall in love with it. Steep-sided limestone islands rise out of the water as far as the eye can see. They loom above the deeply turquoise water, dark in the haze but are covered in lush green vegetation I've splurged on this luxury trip so there are only 3 or 4 boats visible in this remote part of the bay; there are 450 boats licensed to operate so the more popular part ...
... were effectively pointless so we jumped in line. We asked for what we wanted and after a confusing 10 minute conversation we had worked out that we could have two beds in one cabin and then another two single beds in two separate coaches. Whilst this wasn't ideal we figured it was as good as we'd get. Obviously they don't take cards so we had to run to the cash machines to top up on Dong. All was going relatively well until Ed thought it would be worth changing some 500,000 ...
... literally a road in the Forrest with the oldest, decaying building going which was covered in giant moths about the size of my feet! We entered the crumbling old building and the inside was covered even more in giant moths with the ceiling appearing to be almost moving! We attempted to join a queue but it turns out you just have to shove your way in and showed our passports and got stamped out of Laos. We then had to walk through a barrier and show our passport to a Vietnamese ...
... the whole of Vietnam are after. Things are a bit drizzly in this city up north so we get our ticket and was out on a three day tour of Halong bay. We treat ourself to an nice, expensive boat to decrease the risk of it sinking and to avoid rats. The increased price of our ticket also increases the age bracket of most of the passengers :-/ not that this turned out to be a ...