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Just to let you know we have arrived safely in Hanoi. Wow this place is really crazy! Even more crazy than bangkok. There are no road rules here, so if your at a junction or roundabout, its basically whoever gets there first gets to go, and you can imagine 20 bikes, and 10 cars all thinking they got there first haha! Its really …
Nember of room: 04
Bedding: DBL or TWN Standard (Third to sixth floor)
Extra bed: not available.
Room rate : 38 USD/night
The benefit included are:
- Complimentary 02 bottles ...
... member came to the entrance door and tried to assist. He recommended that we just pay him but Lydia and I remained resolute in the principle of right and wrong. Eventually after lots of shouting and cussing in Vietnamese, he drove off and we headed inside for a shower and breakfast.
The rest of the day pretty much went as planned. We reconvened with Russell and got his prospective on his Ha Long Bay adventure, then it was soon ...
... the stool, the lower the price! We ate some of the best food of our lives (one of the highlights was these seafood pancake things that you chop up, wrap in rice paper with fresh herbs, then dip in a chilli sauce), and enjoyed more than a few 15-pence beers. We managed to fit in a spot of cooking too, taking a great cooking class with an excellent teacher. The tour of the local market was eye-opening,
Me and Laura also ...
... was Mr Vinh, a Veteran who worked with the US Intelligence as a Translator during the American, or Second Indochina war. He is a knowledgable man who shared many details about the memorials, old combat bases and tunnels we saw. For me the most impressive sight was the Vinh Moc tunnels that were built by a village, all by hand, in just 13 months. Their area had over 9000 bombs dropped on it so the tunnels go to 30 metres deep and around ...