Hanoi Asia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... only been a year, came running over, high fived me and put his arms up for a cuddle- he literally melted my heart.
Today we have walked around the town, done a little sightseeing and looked into what activities are about. In the evening we went out for a few drinks and met some cool people. Was a really nice evening.
8th July - Today I was feeling a little worse for ware due to the beers last night but we went out for breakfast and organised to go to The Dark Cave. We ...
... and we got talking immediately. She is from Edinburgh, Scotland, and is traveling for 6 months. She did some volunteering work in Cambodia, teaching English, and now is doing the same countries as I am except in the opposite direction. I freshened up, and by that time the cold girl entered the dorm as well. This time I took the plunge, and straight away introduced myself. Her name is Alisha, and she is from Vancouver. She still did not seem very open to talking, so after a ...
... headed out for dinner, the Vietnamese food is a lot more appetising than Laos' in my opinion. I had a nice chicken noodle soup, and Su a sweet and sour chicken. Suddenly Susannah had another sudden urge to go and we all split up. We went and chilled in our rooms before I went down and got a gross, stringy kebab as I was still hungry. We headed to bed ready for an early start to Halong Bay tomorrow. ...
... very recent and thought provoking. We asked Linh to join us for lunch and we sat and had the local Pho (pronounced 'far'). It resembles a broth with added pork, noodles and bok choy. This was a test of out chopstick ability as nothing else was offered but a spoon. The whole morning was a time to remember fondly, we couldn't recommend the tour highly enough. You could go where you wanted, see what you wanted to see and learn ...
... feet away picking their nose, staring at you until your food arrives, handing you your plate with their bogie infested hands. Needless to say, they are very friendly.
We made our way back to our hotel room and found 1 English TV station, channel 40 (yes, we started at channel 1). It was an alien movie (strike 1) staring Tom Cruise (strike 2) with huge subtitles in Vietnamese across the bottom of the screen (strike 3); Edd went to sleep and I blogged instead.