Hoang Minh II Hotel

53 Hang Bun Street, Hanoi, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Tet in Ho Chi Minh City

A travel blog entry by ulka


When I travel through China, Vietnam, Cambodia or Laos quite often in my head I have graphic images of war, fights, colonialism, cultural revolution, disasters and millions that lost their precious life for…exactly, for what?

I find interesting that as a foreigner in those countries I am more touched by their history, struggle and …

Thailand/Vietnam - the chase

A travel blog entry by ladyboy-dodger


... sniffer dog goes mental and snarls regardless of you smuggling or not. All in all we were one and off the coaches about 4 times with our bags thrown off to go through X-ray machines passport control, purchase visas and a 3km walk from the Laos border to the Vietnam border made for an unpleasant time but we made it through to the other side and within about 5 miles we had pulled over for the "smuggle". We pulled over to this petrol station but we didn't fill up on petrol. Within ...

Goodbye Hong Kong, Hello Vietnam

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky


Hong Kong was such a wonderful place, I was a little sad to leave it. The people, food, shopping and culture are so fantastic. It felt like a mix between Tokyo and London, with incredibly nice people, English spoken throughout (not that it's a huge issue, but it does make a difference), and so many wonderful things to see and do. The morning was raining again, and I was up far too early get going, so I decided to play some Jack Johnson ...

Exploring Hanoi - Our last day

A travel blog entry by rich_kate_2011


... they sure do make it look like the Americans got a good deal there. The Americans were given souvenirs and smart outfits when they left, there was no mention of any torture. However, we knew this going in and so took that all with a pinch of salt. We headed back to our hotel after this and then for dinner with a quick look around the night market on a street that for a change, was closed to traffic. Tomorrow we move south to Hoi ...

Halong Bay, Hanoi & Inverse Racism

A travel blog entry by travelandtalk


In the interests of keeping a chronological order to this I will mention Hoi An. I actually wasn't that crazy about it, purely because of the number of tourists (of which I am not one, the technical term is traveller) and that it is primarily a shopping and restaurants town. That said, it was a perfectly acceptable place for relaxing and eating good food, but it does not merit it's place as number one thing to do Vietnam according to Lonely Planet. There ...

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