Hanoi Lucky Iii Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... was wrong... very wrong. I believe the term 'white knuckle' ride is a very apt description of any form of transport in Hanoi (and the rest of South Eat Asia apparently). We hurtled along at alarming speeds swerving in and out between the handful of cars and the millions of motorbikes that plague the city. The general rule seems to be, beep your horn and all smaller vehicles will move out of your way, how there aren't more accidents I will never know.
... getting to Ha Long Bay it was all a bit of a palaver while the bus driver looked for the captain of the boat we were getting on for a 2day, 1night tour. When he was found we got on the boat and had some food- we had a whole fish put in front of us, tofu, rice and a few other dishes which were surprisingly nice.. We then visited a huge cave - this cave would have been absolutely stunning however the locals have completely laid a tiled floor through it, put horrendous colourful lights in ...
Caught a cab over to the old city to save the children from the "torture" of walking in the heat. The old city is fantastic, just like the asia of my navy days back in the 80s. We wandered around with Bronte assuming her regular role as tour guide. Got F a tshirt, me some communist propaganda posters and Jo some bamboo salad bowls. B tried on a few cutesy wutesy asian princess dresses which were all hideous and ...
... also, the cà phê trung (a Vietnamese coffee made with condensed milk, sugar and egg yolks). Also met a great chap, a Geordie called Tom who we went for a few pints with.
Despite having to get up very early the next morning for our Ha Long Bay tour, we got lured into an upstairs club with the promise of a free beer. Upstairs it was all go; a full on Ibiza style light show and dance floor, hoards of drunken revellers (of all persuasions), laughing ...
... looked and there was a film of oil and residue from the hundreds of boats that pass through. Tomorrow we're going to Kathmandu. Maybe when we get there we'll hang out Down on Main Street. We are excited to get back into some mountains but are feeling a little nervous since we have spent the past 4 weeks eating and lounging! 1. It made up for this lack in additional motorbikes. 2. Complete with a circular Austin Powers bed, ...