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We had been worried about the possible cancellation of our flight from Hong Kong to Hanoi in north Vietnam. Dave had commented the night before, that he wasn't sure, whether or not,it may be cancelled, due to the typhoon in the Hong Kong area being a category 8.
A category 8 typhoon is quite a serious weather condition, as all buildings are …
... spirits without speaking about them.
During the service was when our Vietnamese lessons really came in handy - although we couldn't understand more than a couple of words, Luke and I have been taught our alphabet by our brilliant tutor Tra, so we were able to chant the words out with everyone else - although luke had a bit of trouble with this, not having his glasses, he developed a bit of a migraine after a few minutes trying to squint at the pages, but kept going till ...
... some out of the way temples because we only had time for the highlights. Seeing a temple called the Temple of a Thousand Faces was spectacular. The amount of time spent to make something like that is truly mind blowing, but that was only our first temple. The next temple we saw was made famous in one of the Tomb Raider movies. The temple had massive trees growing from it and was in the middle of the jungle. When you see the photos you will understand the size of the trees, and ...
- Ho Chi Minh Residence
- One Pillar Pagoda
We arrived early morning and joined the long snaking line of tourists heading into the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. The mausoleum was a huge concrete pillar building with Ho Chi Minh's frail preserved body in a glass box. The line moved quick as we were filtered into the building in silence. The building was cold and quite ery. It was quite an honor (if slightly strange) to see the real Ho Chi ...
... their English too. I loved Hanoi already and couldn't wait for the next week ahead! The following day I booked onto the Sapa trip, which was a trek into the mountains of Sapa and a home stay in a local village there. I left at 9.50pm and had to get a 8 hour sleeper train into Sapa. I was a little bit concerned as everyone else from our hostel doing the trip was going on a bus, and I was the only person they were piling on a train with loads of locals no doubt. Considering I struggle ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed