Hanoi Queen 2 Hotel
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... We’d heard that it was possible to hike to the summit of the tallest mountain in Vietnam, Fansipan, from the town of Sapa, in the northwest of the country. The company Sapa O’Chau stood out for us, as they were one of the only companies to offer a 1-day trip up. Most only did a 2 or 3-day. We booked at their Hanoi office, and also paid for a bus to take us to Sapa.
Our third morning the bus arrived, and it was a swift 5 hour ...
... it is much slower paced than Ho Chi Minh and much hotter - 38-40º compared with 31-33º. We hung by the pool until it was time to get ready for dinner. Mind you the pool itself was 29º so it was hardly refreshing! After seeking a recommendation from the front desk, we enjoyed a very nice meal (even the kids liked it once they tried a few things) within a short walk of the hotel. Even from our short walk we could get a sense of the French influence, in ...
... and ready for the airport and Saigon.
Nice flight, quick inflight meal and back to the Bizu in HCMC by 11pm. Our extra bags delivered from Gillies to the Bizu earlier in the day by Mr Jeff and Eleanor (thanks guys). Little sorting to make sure even weight in the bags (for the return to Canada and off to bed.
Off to Phu Quoc after we drop off the extra bags at Gillie and Simon's in the morning (thanks folks).
David and ...
... to Bangkok – bright lights and loads of tourists. However, there are still a lot of locals mixed in to the tourist areas and this makes it quite a bit nicer. A lot of the accommodation was around the $15-$20 mark, but we splashed out a bit and went to a very nice-looking hotel for $22 including breakfast. We had free tea and coffee in the room, and a shower separate from the rest of the bathroom – a real luxury.
One of the ...
... Jack felt ill form the deep fried chicken and swore never to eat deep fried chicken again. Jack felt so ill we had to pull over at a roadside gas station for him to use the toilet.
Outdoor, behind the building gas station toilets in Canada are grim, outdoor, behind the gas station toilets in Vietnam are really grim. There was no key attached to a piece of wood to gain entry. There was a lock that didn't work. It was a hole in the floor ...