Thuy Lam Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Wake up in Morgans amazing hotel for free breakfast, eat as much as possible then walk to hanoi backpackers hostel. Move into the all girls dorm. Go shopping and book castaways for Thursday. Eat black noodles street food. Then back to the hostel for the pub crawl. Eat tacos at hostel ...
... party. He gets a bad name in the States because of the Vietnam War, but in Vietnam he is revered like George Washington or Abraham Lincoln. So naturally, the mausoleum is a popular destination for locals, but also for tourists. And it is only open until 11 AM, so everyone who visits must come in the morning. Add to the fact that it is Sunday, and you've got the recipe for a lot of people. They have it pretty well-organized, with ...
... throw around. In fact in comparison with the last ride, this road looked like awesome fun!
The next 10 miles took around an hour and we bounced and weaved through dust, deep sand and boulder-fields. At one point the road was the beach being itself lapped by the South China Sea and we passed through tiny fishing villages where people seemed so genuinely surprised to see us that they just laughed and pointed us on our way. When we did finally touch tarmac again ...
... and she wants a menu with a price written on it…no such luck until we hit the end of the street and have run out of choices. “So what now?” I ask cheekily.
I point to the café one shop back, it looks interesting, has people in it, and it's not out in the cold, the old man kindly shows us his menu, it’s got prices on it ! Hooray. We take a seat.
The menu serves up gizzards, guts and penises, pigeon, and god knows ...
... pron. “far-bow”) – beef noodles. It was filling and pretty tasty, especially when you consider it cost me the
exorbitant total of 1.50 GBP (no pound sign on this keyboard).
We then went for some bia hoi – street beer – which is the same setup as a street food restaurant but with a random beer keg instead. It was actually quite decent, and at the price of 15 pence a glass we had a few each.