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Travel Blogs from Hanoi
... to buy a poncho as hadn't thought to bring mine as it was blue sky and sunshine when we left Hanoi we headed for the temples of the first 2 Vietnamese kings. They had closed hoa lo as it was a well protected site due to the natural mountains and rivers thus they were unlikely to face an attack, and if they were unlikely to lose it. However they only stayed at the site for 45 years as it was too small an area for a capital city. That's when they moved to make Hanoi the capital. ...
... village entrance,bicycle hire, and lunch.
your way out of Hanoi if your staying in the old quarter you get to
drive past the ceramic wall murals that line the highway. These are
interesting. Make sure you have your camera out on the way to and From
the Ancient Village. As you should have a collection of at least 20
amazing motorcycles photos and the uses they are put to, by ...
... I though this is nice before I have to head to the airport. A student called Justin asked if I would talk to him and help with his English so I though ok why not, he will get bored after a while. All I can say is Poor Justin. Haha two hours later and I'm already late for the bus to the airport. We started off by talking about travel and directions, I helped him to pronounce words better and use sentences properly rather than ...
... text-align: justify;">8.00 – 8.30 am our guide will pick up you from your hotel
08:30 Starting to drive to Ha Long Bay
10:30 Stopping over to stretch the legs on the way
12:30 Arriving in Ha Long Bay harbor
... I head to the women's museum. It's fascinating I love the propaganda posters... "Nixon must pay Vietnam a debt of blood is my fav!" I stay about 3 hours I think seeing every floor. Sad stories of women guerrillas imprisoned. How tribes marry and care for their children and dress. A really cool bit is the goodness mother and being invoked a colourful section detailing rituals in Vietnam. Despite my fatigue I finish all ...