Hanoi Fortune Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in Hanoi! Walking and crossing the streets of old Hanoi is a bit scary with the zillion scooters coming at you. The buildings are multi use and quite narrow . Finally, we ended at your tour with An egg coffee (cà phê trứng) is a Vietnamese drink which is traditionally prepared with egg yolks, sugar, , it is so delicious that I will surely prepare at ...
... time. You couldn't see any of the stalagmites and stalagtites but luckily we all found each other by Dad using the flash on the camera to make his way towards us.
TALIA: Next, the Dark Cave and this had a permanent powercut! Most of the group went on a zip line and the people who couldn't (including me as I was too light) kayaked to the entrance of the cave which was as tall as a 6 storey building. Swimming in the brain-freezing water, we entered darkness ...
... to walking a mile with the backpack if I had to. I think I have put on a little bit of weight in the past few days. There was no walking during the cruise days, and the beer intake went up. :) Well, as luck would have it the bus stopped just 500 feet from my hostel. I went to the hostel, which is basically the top two floors of the owner's house converted into a hostel. I had booked a bed in the 6 bed mixed dorm, and as I entered I saw a young lady in the room. We said hellos, but ...
... while it can be an acquired taste, we found that it did help add some flavor to most everything it was served with. Next we were given little fried discs that had one or two tiny shrimp on top called prawn cakes or Banh Tom. These weren’t our favorite as we found they didn’t have a ton of flavor, and the little shrimp still had the shell on which meant either an extra crunchy bite or a very messy time trying to peel the piping hot tiny shellfish. Our final ...
... Mai Ke which was lovely but the beer was warm and the food was bad. Mose by, ET, Jimbo and myself searched far and wide for a cold beer but none was to be found. Lots of coffee though.
The next day was a nice early start marred by Mose by coming off the bike in a very scary moment but lucky just a bit of bark had come off and he was fine. He almost took me with him as well but I managed to hold it just. We eventually limped into Qhy Nhom and spent the night in a city full of ...