Duc Thai Hotel

95B Hang Ga str, Hanoi, 10000, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Hanoi (Castaway, Snake village) - INTO THE NAMM!

A travel blog entry by nick-young-1986


... the day / night I wasn’t my normal self. I had severe concussion and headaches beyond belief. But being the idiot I am I tried to power through. So I went wakeboarding. My first time off of a back of a boat and OMG it was such fun. Heel side and toe side turns, jumping over the wake It felt amazing and to be doing it in such an amazing location felt surreal. Later on into the night more drinking games started. I actually took 5 pro plus just to give me the energy to get involved ...

Hanoi again

A travel blog entry by adamward

So we have been back in the capital Hanoi just sight seeing and walking around the area. We went to a little nicer place to stay for 2 nights just to relax some. Still was cheap but a little better. We went to the Ho Chi Minh complex today. A museum and mosoleum dedicated to Ho Chi Minh was there along with a botanical gardens. The mosoleum holds his body which they embalmed and ...

Chapter 1

A travel blog entry by nathanmills


... and emitting a cacophony of horn beeps. A veritable assault on the senses.

After trying to cross the road for several minutes we learnt out first lesson in Vietnam by watching a local lady: wait for the traffic to thin enough for them to have manoeuvre room and step out. By keeping to a steady pace and bearing the traffic seamlessly passed around us.

We saw Hoan Kiem Lake and nearby the ...

Vietnam begins

A travel blog entry by paddykumar


Hello, After a gruelling 30 hour bus journey from Laos, we eventually arrived in the Vietnamese capital Hanoi. We immediately noticed that it reminded us slightly of Delhi in India. Busy, lots of motorcyles, traffic and noise. It was cleaner though. We also didn't see any poverty which was nice. The city had a great feel and everyone was friendly. Down every street was stalls selling a variety of ...

Hanoi food, Hanoi coffee, Hanoi done.

A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet


... Lets go.

Back to our room for a relax in our super plush digs and one last Hanoian meal, yay! I race off down the street with our dwindling Dong and find an awesome street bbq. We're not really hungry but it all looks so tasty. I order way to much bbq takeaway and with a load of beers and a stack of food I return, the guy at reception asks if we are having a party and how many have we invited.
The amount of food I've ...

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