Hanoi Asia Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... consisting of noodles and chicken in a meaty broth. It had cilantro added and was good, but I preferred the noodles we had in Thailand. Ali had some pancakes and bananas with chocolate sauce. Our stomachs held up well so we were confident enough to venture out into the city. On the stroll down the narrow streets we noticed how young all the locals seemed to be. It seems they must have had a baby boom after the war as majority of the local Vietnamese appeared ...
... to have to. So with this is mind and the insurance company badgering on at us, we got the Vietnamese doctor to write on Will's medical records that surgery was required but they do not facilitate the surgery at this particular hospital. We were happy as this is all we needed to show the insurance company so they would send Will private. Whilst in the hospital we wanted photos of the x-rays using the light machine, 30 minutes ...
... through an extremely upset Xeom driver (motorbike taxi). The only other highlight was proudly pulling on my chinos for the first time in months, as they finally fit me again since I've dropped a few LB's out here, only for Joe, the crazy American who's latched himself onto me, to knock me off one of the kiddy stools they insist on drinking on out here, into a puddle of what I can only assume was a combination of ****, ****, blood and tears, outside lighthouse. Lighthouse is one ...
... and hope to keep in touch. Sometimes it just happens that friendships are struck between strangers who have rapport when travelling in foreign places.
I love watching Nha Tho street come to life in the early morning. From 6.30 shutters begin to go up, cooking pots and food smells begin to waft up to our first floor room from doorways and makeshift footpath kitchens. School children, in pairs or small groups, dressed in their uniforms of black ...
... much larger. Due to the location of this natural wonder, it is largely untouched by humans, resulting in a unique biodiversity including flora such as, Ha long Fan Palm, Ha long Cycad, Schefflera and Yellow Slipper Orchid, amongst others. The day started with a 3hr bus ride from Hanoi to Halong bay. From here we took a boat through some of the 1600 islets, stopping off at one location to go kayaking. We then continued through the islets until we reached Thien Cung grotto. Thien ...