Hanoi Aurora Hotel
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... Maybe up until the point I saw a dog and its blood cut up and portioned for sale - YUCK!) **I did take a picture so be warned when scrolling through this set. The next day I traded in my pink peddle pusher for my rev'ing red motorbike. I was happy to have some padding under my butt, but after our three hour ride the day before my butt still hurt with every bump in the road. This was soon forgotten as my local leader told me my skills on the bike were great and he wanted to ...
... hold it together. But Ive been in that room for 3 weeks and watched this child be force fed and its awful but there is only so much one volunteer can do. And the amazing thing about this - in two times that Alicia has fed him, he began to chew his food today. Its unreal how incredible this small but HUGE accomplishment is. In two feedings this happened. And he was giggling and smiling and laughing. We also found out today that the rest of the ...
... village to see if I can find a cafe or bar to watch the football. A red crescent moon is setting and I feel like Max from Where The Wild Things Are, half expecting these huge forms to come to life, sprouting hair and teeth.
I find a simple cafe and with the help of Google translate manage to convey to the owner what I want to watch. He fumbles with the remote and finds the right sports channel and we all smile and do the thumbs-up sign, except his daughter who clearly was ...
... commentary a quiet walk through the orchard revealed the horror and trauma that transpired in that little area only a few years ago. Genocide can happen anywhere, anytime…. Awful. The Killing Fields is an honourable memorial to those who perished in that time. It upset me to learn that Pol Pot was still accepted by the UN and the western world right up until 1998 and lived a good life until he died of old age……
... That would make life sweet; I would only have one change of clothes, some shorts and a yoga mat. Everything else is just clutter, there is a terrible irony in that statement because I have boxes and boxes of **** stored in two houses at home which I can’t think for the life of me what is in them; but I know I needed all of that stuff before we left England.
When we sat down to have a Hanoi beer I made a couple of notes on my phone to help me write this blog, I will ...