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... lovely and tasted similar beef I guess. But the snakeskin was horrid it was so rubbery and took a lot of chew and digest.
If your not a screamish person and can get over the fact that we are in Vietnam and this is there norm then it was a very interesting experience but one I am happy to only ever do once.
I am loving life, never realised travelling would be this much fun! Its the best experience ever, even though i am broke i have never felt Richer! :)
... to laos. COPE stand for.... It is a rehabilitation centre for people who have been affected by the "bombies" still here exploding since the war, also people affected by car accidents and medical conditions such as polio. It outlined how after the war, 29 million bombs dropped in laos by the Americans still hadn't exploded. Being a 3rd world country, people here still look to the basics to survive, and many ...
... shuffle shuffle shuttle...another halfway stop at a new and same same trinket store...the tourists are like zombies shuffling about on the obligatory 30 minute stop. Some of the fools, overcome with the novelty and excitement, are buying souvenirs. And we thought the market prices in Hanoi were a ripoff, this place is ridiculous.
We're back in Hanoi to our plush digs but it's cold in the foyer, the ever charming Thu explains the aircon is broken and ...
... In fact, there are more Russians than Vietnamese there. After a morning of temple hopping we rewarded ourselves with some pampering at the mud baths and the next day we took the cable car to so-called Monkey Island, the Vinpearl resort. The island has a huge luxury hotel complex, a water park, a theme park, a private beach and a luge. While it's a fun day out, you get the feeling you could be anywhere in the world, which is how I felt ...
... what was Mexican about it. Anyway I preferred to sit outside people watching and seeing the manic side of the Old Quarter. It seems that Hanoians are either flying around on motor bikes or you just see them sitting/standing still staring into space; you rarely seem to see them actually walking around.
Just sitting still and having a few beers has a meditative effect when you see ...
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Great service with really quick turn around for our filthy clothing from our travels.
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