Hanoi Cozy Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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... ahead a donut hawker grabs my arm. "Donut! You try!" I politely pull my arm from her grip. At a quick glace I assume she is a mother working hard to provide for her family and even though I say no thank you a couple of times, I am not annoyed by her persistence for a sale.
Further still, I catch what is a beautiful moment between a father and his young daughter who would have been six or seven, over lunch. I can’t hear their conversation and even if I could I ...
In the early hours of the morning, Suze's friends from back home arrived at our hostel and checked into the room next to door to us. We awoke to a message to say they were next door and Susannah was very excited to go and see them (obviously after travelling around Australia and New Zealand with them). She was up and at it by 10:30am and left me to it. By 11:30am she still hadn't returned, so I ...
... br> Call it luck, call it inevitability, I strolled past 2 guys sitting on ½ size plastic chairs nibbling peanuts swilling mugs of beer. I can’t recall what was said but the universal smile of sighting a beer in their hands signalled they need to find another chair…which they did.
About 3-4 beers later I thanked them & made my way back to our hotel as we had a 6pm reservation with Hanoi Kids.
Dat & Duong (M ...
... and very social. Anyway Jordan and I went on this Castaway tour which was the 3 days 2 nights option. We did get somewhat loose and in saying that it was one the drunkest and most naked couple of days of my life. We got pretty lucky and ad an excellent crew on the Island and the western tour guides were fantastic, I will edit the majority of the time on the Island as Jordan's Mum will probably read this and like it on facebook.
We headed back to the main land and planned for ...
... and laughed in his face. The evening ended with a group dance for everyone to get involved in where you jump in between bamboo poles which are moving to a rhythm.
The next morning we got up early in order to have time to complete a mountain trek. We had breakfast in our homestay and we managed to sneak a banana for the monkey, as he was eating raw potatoes for breakfast. As we were getting in the minibuses the monkey managed to escape ...