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Today we explored the streets of the Old Quarter of Hano. Visiting all the shops on silk street, shoe street, bag street etc. We then went to the National Vestige Sword Lake and Ngoc Son Temple. Legend has it the king returned the sword to the genius turtle. There are only afew turtles left and it's very good luck any time you see one of them, but …
... of him. We stopped for some lunch before heading to the army museum which had lots of weapons and vehicles used in the Vietnam wars, there were old fighter planes, tanks and rockets outside which were cool to see. We got an actual taxi back to the centre to see the water puppets which is a traditional. Vietnamese art and form of entertainment. It was definitely worth seeing.
... when it was built in c1900 to the ending of French possession in 1954.
On the way back we were collared by a book seller and of course I weakened and bought Catfish and Mandala a book I had never heard of involving an exiled Vietnamese travels around his fathers country. I just caint say no.
Back home for a sleep and then out to the Saturday market looking for little presents for grandchildren. No luck but on the way back I saw someone selling ...
From Hanoi we headed to Cat Ba island. This is right next to Halong bay, the more popular tourist hotspot in Vietnam. We decided after reading reviews that Cat Ba would be better as it was quieter and little known about it, but from here you could still explore the bays around Cat Ba and Halong. It was a bit of a nightmare trying to get to Cat Ba from Hanoi, many travel agents were shut or told us everything was booked up, due to it being ...