Hanoi Street Hotel
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... went to the museum of ethnology. Thought it was **** at first then found the rest of it outside. Had a few interesting convos, serial killers, religion, her boss etc. Back at the home stay, just chilled, dinner, went for a massage....and off to ...
... what a wet willy was in her book. Obviously a key phrase she will need to know to know for the future.
We made it to Hanoi, had a quick shower and then went out for food. We went to a place called aubergines, the food there was good, but nothing to shout about in comparison to other places. While we were in their long bought us some dougnut type things from a woman in a street. They were little balls that a ...
... petrol and acetone (I have never drunk either for the record..!) with a hint of dissolved plastic thrown in for good measure. Surprisingly/thankfully, the millipede didn't seem to add anything to the overall flavour of the drink.
Things then took a turn for the worse and a dutch guy (Gordon) who we had been talking to earlier, wanted to get competitive with Mike, which ended up with 3/4 of the bottle vanishing in about 30 seconds. Gordon then decided that he wanted to up ...
... didn't know where to take me. I don't speak vietnamese, he doesn't speak english and all of my calmness from the retreat week started to fly out the window. But in the end, he got me to the house after I found the home owner's phone number and she gave him her address. First lesson learned: always have easy access to a phone number and address written in the language that is spoken in the country (or region) where you are traveling.
The homestay was ...
... the cause of the problems, couldn’t bare to say. We were done.
Either we continued and slogged doggedly onwards at a slow enough pace to be safe or we simply saw the reality that this would be firstly, not really safe at all and actually would be in no way fun anymore.
We instead headed East to Dong Hoi a short little run of around 40 minutes and boarded the night train to Hanoi. Our final ride into the old quarter from the train station felt a little ...