Duc Thai Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 27th) the people on the main tour are meeting up with the tour guide (welcome meeting), so this evening I stayed local to the hotel and grabbed a bite to eat. Chicken with cashews (85,000 VND), sticky rice (15,000 VND) and a beer (25,000 VND), all in £5. They did try not charging me for my main course because there was a small piece of wire in it as if from a scouring pad, but I insisted on paying ...
I had such a busy day at academy. Could not hang out cause of rain and my club's workshop. However after a short call we were at caramel store. Being late 20 mins and received bad news when returning, I also had to control laptop and it was quite a mess. But the most embarrassing moment was when I stuck in the wc wt Mai. It was coz i kicked the door so hard and it doesnt have handle to open. Haiz quite mad at Huy ...
... the best thing we could have done. We chucked ourselves into the deep end and we either had to learn or we were roadkill so we picked it up pretty fast and where soon scooting through traffic with ease however that only lasted so long.
We had covered around 30km and now on the outskirts of Hanoi and my bike decided it wasn't doing anymore. I wasn't happy, i had owned the bike for half a day and it was already breaking on me. We pulled of the highway into a street ...
... rubbing on my face since we left Heathrow and when I slapped it on the relief was huge, even if I was a big sticky faced mess for the rest of our journey! We both had a pint of Tiger beer each for 'breakfast' and then we were off to board our next flight. We got on our Singapore Airlines Airbus A330 and headed off to Hanoi with a 3 hour flight time. We both slept pretty much the whole way on and off. We landed into Hanoi at 11:40am local time, the sun ...
... felt good to see the area without having to navigate the streets:)......... many of the streets here are separated by theme. For example one street smelled so strongly of tea because it's the street dedicated to tea merchants... There was a street with mostly coffee vendors, street for shoes, one for fresh produce..etc etc...
When the tour was over we decided to stop at a bar for some beers. We found a bar with a second floor ...