Hanoi Municipal Hotel
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... lasted an hour and kept us entertained throughout. The colours, sounds and performances were excellent and something we would highly recommend to those visiting Hanoi.
The last thing worthy of a mention was our hotel Xmas party. It was a small affair mainly with some locals, hotel guests and the staff, however it was great witnessing how the Vietnamese people party. They put on some cheeky games, e.g. pop the ...
... cancelled with Ricardo and Pauline before ordering up room service and running a nice hot bath. This was so cool, they even had a TV over the bathtub!
Pirates of the Caribbean, a nice steak dinner and the softest cosiest bed was all we needed to have the perfect evening.
Good thing too, as we had to be up at 5am to catch our flight to Hue at ...
... guide did not explain things very well so we did not know he was going to give us a tour, so every wandered of to have a look with not much info as to what we are seeing. So i joined an English group, I'm not that interested in temples and the more ancient history anyway, so then i joined a French group and practiced my listening skills. After that we got back on the bus and went to lunch where we were herded like animals into 2 groups some people payed more to get a buffet ...
Got up this morning around 6:30 and got ready to head out. I went downstairs and finished my blog entry for yesterday before grabbing my breakfast out of the fridge. I didn't have a bowl, so I had to eat some cereal and then drink some milk but it ended up working out ok. And now I know what milk to get! It was very rich and a little sweet, but that's how milk is in Europe too and you sort of get over it.
This other girl who was staying in ...
After being denied a ride back to old Hanoi with the rest of the teachers, my boss paid for a trip on the public bus back to the main bus terminal. Fine, thank you and goodbye. I hope I never see any of your faces again.
On my way there, I met a little angel. An investment banker traveling home to Hanoi. He helps tourism development in Quang Ninh, including bringing electricity to Co To ...