Hanoi A1 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in der Regel nämlich nicht im Laden, sondern davor. Im Laden selbst findet man manchmal noch einige Sachen, die man kaufen kann oder aber dies ist Wohn- und Schlafzimmer des Ladenbesitzers.
In Hanoi haben wir uns hauptsächlich von Essen aus den Küchen am Straßenrand ernährt und das war wirklich sehr lecker! So gab es zum Beispiel ein lokales Nudelgericht mit magerem Fleisch, Minze, gerösteten Erdnüssen und Knoblauch in einer leckeren süßlichen ...
... doctorates. It was very holy regarded and only the best of the best would make it. They had mini exams every month with four major exams each year. All had to be passed to continue. Then there was the regional and national tests to pass before the final royal decree. By which the king would ask/set the questions and then rank and grade each student. On average out of every 2000 students that would try, only 3 or 4 would pass and get the doctorate. It was ...
... I found a minibus but he decided to wait until he physically couldn't squeeze any more people into his bus, this took nearly an hour. Once the game of sardines was over, I was dropped off around the corner from my hostel (the streets are too crazily narrow for the bus, supposedly). By chance I found it in the first 5 minutes and checked in with zero problems. As I said earlier, the next 5 days are going to be crazy. This is because I have booked a 3 day trip ...
... a bread roll & jam. We then got a taxi back to the airport and checked in for our domestic flight to Hanoi. No dramas, except Jackie hadn't booked our luggage on so we had to pay a further $60 for 2 rucksacks return. Another uneventful flight (Though I'm not complaining) then we were met by a driver for the 45 minute drive into Hanoi. NOW the holiday properly starts despite it being chilly & overcast. After a frantic hair-raising journey we arrived at ...
... museum had an amazing video on their lives and a typical day in their shoes. Needless to say I didn't barter very hard that afternoon for my fresh pineapple. My god they wake before the sun and have to work until they sell everything that they had bought from the market that morning. And for generally only around $20-30 a week profit after their purchases, eating and the cost of their tiny room which they share with a dozen others. It certainly makes you appreciate all you ...