Hanoi Lucky II Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... open the bottle of vodka I'd brought and proceeded to drink most of it by myself. We moved inside and the students had prepared a huge meal and a video presentation as a thank you to Asia and to my surprise as a happy birthday for me. They had presents for us both too, I had only mentioned my birthday about 2 days earlier so this was all very unexpected and very generous. We headed back to the fire after a cake fight got a bit out of hand, and one ...
... to Halong Bay tomorrow. We've read loads of reviews about different prices and decided to go with the cheapest one. But soon after we started on the market. It was a huge market and we were looking around for like 2 hours! We went and got food when we realised the time. Back to the same place for food as it is so good there! It was late by the time we'd finished food and we have an early start in the morning so we wet back to the room and got ready for ...
... was supposed to be ready at about 2.30 so we left it. We then went to the Australian Embassy agency who told us they close at 3.30 so we realised we wouldn't get back with the translation in time. We decided to talk with them and leave the paperwork which was ready but they said they couldn't accept it as we did not apply at that office. The only alternative would be to post it to Ho Chi Min City office but would not risk that as Glenn has never ...
... building, smells wafted from the street vendors and mopeds screamed around in all directions with complete disregard for pedestrians or any semblance of rules of the road.
Claire likened the streets to accidentally walking onto a Motor cross track, where clearly you were in the wrong place and bottom of the pecking order! The Darwinian atmosphere was further sharpened when it came to crossing the road. Dat had explained that traffic would NEVER stop for ...
... the throng of motorbikes, and the river of traffic swirls around you!!!! It’s like the parting of the Red Sea – just requires faith!!!! The first night here we ate at an outdoor local restaurant. There was a terrific storm during our meal that forced us inside, and with water lapping into the restaurant, and as I wasn’t keen to walk knee deep through the floating debris, we had to wait for the water in the streets ...