Thuy Lam Hotel
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... it's made of the classic ceramic plates, cups etc.
Really a beautiful sight.
The other tombs we skipped, everywere you have to pay $4 entrance pp...some dollars here and there and there goes your budget....we tried to pick the best out of everything.
Driving around in the busy traffic is a challenge, Mark did very well. Scooters everywere around you and they just go where they want don't look around or make ...
... try to block your path!! We were in. Back to the hotel some needy refreshments, booked a trip for tomorrow, took some doing over phone and internet, then into the pool aaahhhhhh!!! Quick shower and change then off into the back streets of the old Quarter, meet Mr Ahn of Awesome travel, then our guide Jonny (likely story) we were about to embark on a three hour walking tour of the back streets eating and drinking, I was sweating even more now ...
... nice compliment but now I was getting twitchy. Before I could steer the conversation about his friends and my GIRLFRIEND he asked if I wanted to go swimming out further with him and his boyfriend. THAT WAS IT - I said bye, got out the water and gave Kelsey a kiss to set the record straight lol. The beach was beautiful and was set in a small private cove, 2 around from where our hotel is. We went a little further as the coves nearer were shared with hotels, as the ...
... start a I pub crawl, I lost Jess in this process and next thing I know she is bought back to our hotel room the drunkest I have ever seen her!! Needless to say she was suffering the next day. The next day, Jess suffered but got the ball rolling with her indian visa and we hung out with Luke. We had a walk round the lake and I treated myself to a lipstick haha. That evening with met up with Shab and Jack for a few drinks and got an earlyish night ready for Halong Bay ...
... suitable for kayaking. Our guide, Sunny, then led us on an hour long tour in the waters. We went into a secluded bay, through a magnificent arch, and finally he led us to a fishing village. The people in the village spend their whole lives living on building on the water. They have generators for power and water is brought in every day. As we kayaked past the houses, we saw a woman cooking a meal over a small fire at the front of her "house". She was "squatting", in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking