Hoa Binh Hotel
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... tables outside, but had Hot-Pot style gas burners. We went and had a look at the menu but there was no English and none of the people could speak English, so we had fun trying to work out what to order. In the end we got a combination of beef, pork, chicken and pippies with vegetables and noodles, all of which we cooked ourselves in the broth which tasted similar to Thai tom yum soup, a bit spicy. So we both enjoyed this new experience before heading home to pack.
... eveywhere carrying the whole family plus a weeks shopping, lots of locals sitting on the street selling and cooking tasty food and selling lots of local bits and Bobs. The bus dropped me directly opposite the hostel, the hard part was trying to cross the tiny street I was on, a lady working in the hostel must have noticed me and ran out to save me she just walked straight through the bikes and guided ...
... in Hanoi (1 day is
enough..). SO, important things first, Michael books another restaurant
for dinner (3rd on Trip, gets better everyday!!!) and then we book a
street food tour..That tour takes you to several different places to try
different specialties, while walking around Hanoi and having a kind of
guided tour. SO we start the tour and after not even 5 minutes walking,
hop, we dive in a restaurant to try some delicious vietnamese fried fish
that you ...
Day one - 20th April - Hanoi So no hangover this morning - wahoo! But a dodgy tum took it's place. Today I flew to hanoi! My flight was the worst I have even experienced, again the Vietnamese have no sense of personal space! As we took for flight, many left their phones switched on and had their kids jumping around unbelted! Absolute nutters. After landing I checked into my hostel and headed out straight away, wanting to cram in as much as possible. With a map in my hand ...
... you normally wouldn't. Getting to know the students has been an experience I will never forget, I won't mention any by name, mainly because there are far too many of them, but also because I still can't spell most of their names. They have introduced me to a whole new culture, a new way of life and a new way of thinking. I don't necessarily agree with every part of the culture, and I still can't get my head round their taste in music, movies and books (Taylor ...