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... sights to see, and some not so enjoyable. They have an open market where they sell water buffalo and can get 1500 USD for them. and are bought by families and butchers, the butchers then sell onto roadside stalls and markets. fantastic looking food stalls, which we gave a miss, but were tempted. We did buy some funny little deep fried cakey things made out of corn flour and then some potato pancakes.
As we were on a tour we got to enjoy??? a ...
... us of China. Hanoi is a charming and walkable city. The old quarter is where we are staying and is filled with interesting walking streets. What's remarkable is these streets are also home to many locals as well and many shop fronts are next to narrow alleyways where locals enter. Entering one of these alley ways (which of course we did) leads to a maze of stairs, more alleyways, and tightly squeezed in homes. Many homes are tucked into these streets and ...
... there were more Victoria Hotel guests coming in the shuttle bus which we knew had left after us so we'll wait to see what they do when they arrive. Sure enough they arrived shortly in the company of the Victoria Express rep so we leapt up & said oi what about us? A bit annoying we paid extra for the private transfer and were dumped in the town square while they were shepherded into the station & onto the train. Oh well I feel a letter to the hotel ...
... misty. But for us clear blue skies, with just the haze in the distance. Beautiful. There was a little food outfit. By which I mean a girl with a small fire pit and a rack. She was BBQing eggs and also had some bamboo shoots filled with sticky rice. We had a few as a quick snack. Also she gave us a kind of sweet herbal tea. Was quite good. We returned to the car and away we went on our final section down the mountain towards the town of Sa Pa for our lunch. Pulled up at ...
... tasty, sampled Sapodillas, Milk Fruit and finally sat with lots of locals on little plastic seats 30cm off the ground to sample Banh Toms, so tasty. Who would have thought we would be doing that but we trusted the chef.
Have rewalked our way through the Old Quarter, is such a bustling region and attempting to cross the street is a challenge in itself. With a continual stream of motor ...