Thuy Lam Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a bike ride which we didn't realise (our hotel pulling some strings again). 8 of the group took part. We ventured by boat over to Cat Ba which is the largest island in Ha Long Bay (12miles from Ha Long City). We cycled in land for about 5km passing through a small traditional village with rice paddies, cows and goats. We took a short walk into the jungle hoping to see monkeys which are now protected due to poachers (some Vietnamese people like to eat monkey ...
... popular - turns out it was the health centre.... Glad we didn't go in there and ask for a table! We then spotted a tiny little shop selling drinks and snacks and were so tired (and still pretty full from 3 lunches, 7 hot sandwiches and umpteen snacks on the plane) so we figured we'd just grab something, head back to the room and collapse. We bought water, crisps and biscuits (healthy I know) then in my wisdom said that if we took the next left we should be back on our hotel ...
... adventure. The traffic doesn't stop for pedestrians, you just wait for a bit of a lull in the traffic, confidently step out and walk slowly across. The motorbikes will weave around you, but you must stop for trucks or buses because they will just keep going. The trick is not to run, just continue to walk across, but not too fast. When we got back to our hotel we decided to go to a nearby "Bia Hoi" place (bia hoi means draft beer). There is one on every corner. ...
... here. Relaxed for a bit there whilst Ewan was playing **** music to try show off to the bird Ellie. Just like Ewan back in Ho Chi Minh, I couldn't hack the heat so went down to bed taking a few valiums and codeine. When it was time to go out I felt ill as **** and ended up being wet and stayed in bed whilst the others went out. They said they had a good night, BIM managed to convert 4 years of groundwork and shagged Amy Hall - good work.
... introduced me to local cuisine that my adventurous side couldn't resist: pig ear and dried squid. The pig ear was actually quite delectable! I willed myself into believing I felt okay and accepted their invitation to go to Paraiso, the bar one of the guys owns. It was a Latino-style bar on the main street. We had a relaxed night and I learned a lot about them and their culture. When I say we talked about their culture, it's actually surprising how similar we are. We do the ...