Hanoi Queen 2 Hotel
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... run, stopping occasionally as some of the local people wanted to shake my hand or say hello.........I was trying to work out why as this is a big tourist attraction so white people are very common here........but as I headed back to the room in the lift I realised.......walking tomatoes perhaps aren't quite so commonplace!!
Once back we showered and changed and headed down for breakfast then went for a walk around ...
... experience. 7 August (Hanoi) No set plans for this day, so we ambled about going with whatever took our fancy. We started with a tasty beef pho at Pho Thin, followed by coffee at Cafe Dinh. We really loved this place. You enter through a a clothes store, up a narrow stair case and into a tiny room where everyone is sitting drinking coffee and smoking (there is no ban on smoking indoors here, annoyingly!). We ordered the egg coffee again and a new one: ...
... I was sitting with the youngsters... and they kept
feeding me like a pig... everybody knows that when you cannot
communicate you must keep your mouth full... Just kidding... I simply
think that it's their way to welcome me... the werdo “white-one”!
The guests don't give gifts but just
money... and there is a guy that take care of the box... so funny!!!
They had the traditional “cut the
cake” and they ...
Arrive back in Hanoi at 5.00 am after anther overnight train. Sitting on the Green Mango Hotel verandah watching Hanoi wake up. Where are all the people going at this hour? Pho shop open across the road and as light increases so the traffic and activity. 7.00am and coffee shop opens and along comes our driver at 7.45 for the 3.5 hour drive to the renowned Halong Bay to meet our Paradise Luxury Cruise. A harbour filled with boats of various sizes and ...
... the room that the body of Ho Chi Minh is in you have to keep shuffling forwards, you're not allowed to stop. It's a dimly lit room with weird orange lighting on the body which may or may not be real (it's supposed to be embalmed). After the slightly odd but interesting experience we walked around the grounds which were also very pretty and then headed for lunch. On the way, Nicole's flip flop broke and she had to walk shame faced and with one bare foot to the nearest supermarket ...