Duc Thai Hotel
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... went to the oldest ice cream parlour in hanoi which looked quite dodge and so I didn't finish my ice cream. Then we saw the opera house which looked like it belonged in France, and the nice area around was super posh with nice hotels and shops. Then finally I met kaivu after some disastrous delays and troubles. We didn't have much time so we went straight for cultural immersion at a banh mi place and then hired a mororbike to go to a ...
... actually served a plate piled high with seafood fried noodles. We all managed to eat something from the plate, but it was definitely forced down and seemed such a waste of delicious food.
Before we knew it we were back at the port and in the minibus. Our trip was without doubt a once in a lifetime opportunity and an experience we will never forget.
Unfortunately the day went from one extreme to another as we had to say our goodbyes to mum, Ron, and Harry at the ...
... the roads and they are so cheap and the drivers are very polite. Melbourne taxi drivers could definitely learn a thing or two.
We've passed so many street food outlets that they've become a natural part of Hanoi street life for us. With so much food preparation being done on the footpath and such different hygiene standards we've really been unsure as to what we should try and just which place we should try. That's where our ...
... but very tasty orange sauce. GXW went for beef curry! And the inevitable Ha Noi bia! We then did some souvenir shopping and as we were heading back to the hotel (our new hotel is in a much quieter area which is nice for a change but I'm glad we were in The Old Quarter for the first week so we got to know it pretty well) we spotted a suitcase which wasn't bright green, pink or orange and began the negotiations. As the deal was concluded at $35 ?!?! there was a hell ...
... which I have been practising for two years, said Car Fey Sua Numb....Coffee with milk, hot, which works in Saigon and Hoi An but here the young man gave me a strange look, so I repeated it Carfey Sua Num. He looked at me strangely again and said in very clear English..."Are you speaking English?" Ha ha you have to laugh and so did he.
I found my favourite shop Propaganda Posters very quickly, it's a franchise in Hanoi and had a good look at the ...