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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... got a minibus to the airport. On the way we got stuck in a massive traffic jam, which was caused by what seemed to be someone having wedding photos taken in the road! During this time it had started raining and many of the locals stopped their mopeds and whipped out a raincoat which sits over them and the front of the bike with a small clear section for the light to shine through - ingenious.
The rain turned into a massive thunderstom which delayed our ...
... interesting and a lot bigger than I had thought. The emperor used to live in the Citadel (I think during the Chinese rule) and there used to be events within the Citadel. We headed back to the hostel in mid afternoon and finally got some food before spending the rest of the day relaxing. Everybody else napped and I finished a really good book I had started the day before. That night we went for food and a couple of drinks before heading back to the room to watch a film ...
... so we decided to find a bar and have a few drinks till that point came. A very relaxing way to spend the afternoon. People watching is addictive. 6 came and we headed over to the shop. As we entered they were with some Americans so we sat and waited. The previous day we had seen a photo of the Jim Carry in dumb and dumber with the Orange and blue tux suites. These tux suites were now hanging up behind us and as we looked at them the American guys commented that ...
... we thought all the fireworks would be let off from the nearby bridge. Wrong. The action was held near the Japanese bridge in another part of town. So no lights floating down the river, no nuffink, just us looking a bit glum. The food was disappointing too. I think the chef has changed since our last visit. My choice of money bags though, was as good as remembered....the succulent pork, herb and spices wrapped in little bags ...
... and charming, there isn't a ton of nightlife here. We became regulars at this chill place called Dive Bar early in the night that had cheap drinks and live music but it was weird since we kept seeing the same people there every night who seemed as if they were permanent resident travellers in the area hanging out at their local "Cheers" bar. There were 2 bars that actually got going pretty rowdy called "Backpackers Bar" and "Why Not". The Why Not bar ...