Hoang Phong Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... live music. It's a different way to see a city at night and it attacked all the senses at once, sight sound and smell on the scooter and touch and taste in the restaurants.
A really good night meeting interesting people too.
Can't get rid of the image of the frogs in a cage waiting to be cooked!
... to have Hye as a guide - especially when we looked around at all the other groups being shown round by young men who would've had to learn all this from a book. Hye showed us all the traps that were set up by the NLF as well as some of the tiny tunnels that were used as entrances. About 100km of the tunnels have been widened for western tourists so they can experience the tunnels. Seeings as I get a bit twitchy on a jam packed bus in Bristol I ...
... and I agreed. Best to keep the hair short while travelling. Then another lady took me to the back of the shop and lyed me down on a bed. I wasn't ready for the luke warm water to hit my hair and face and then realised I was getting a shampoo. What felt like 30 minutes later my shampoo girl must have been getting tired because she retired and another girl continued massaging my head and face. At one poiint I think two sets of hands were massaging my head and beard in ...
Well I have finally arrived to my last stop in my tour of Vietnam and I have to say I am a bit sad it's coming to an end. I have really enjoyed this country and it has already been put on my return ticket list (which for those who know me is not very long as there are too many other new places still to see and explore.) But knowing I still had a few days to explore I put my frown upside down despite it being 6am and having again not ...
... m so sorry, he so spoiled, never have children, I used to party now my life is over". Wise words. We also only figured out the right way to weave our way through the alley ways at the end of our stay, they were incredibly confusing but really interesting, constantly alive with life, people preparing meals, talking to neighbours and even painting each other's nails. On Wednesday we met up for dinner with my friend Jane who is teaching English here, it was lovely to ...