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... ambiance visuelle compensait pour l'ambiance sonore!
Avant de prendre l'autobus, nous nous sommes achetes des sandwichs pour le voyage. Comme Emilie ne voulait pas manger de sandwich avec des charcuteries, elle s'est retrouvee avec un sandwich a l'omelette espagnol, ce qui veut dire en fait... un sandwich a l'omelette aux patates! Hummm, des patates dans du pain, cest Montignac qui serait content!
Une fois arrives a Andorra la Vella, nous sommes partis voir "barri ...
... br> As soon as we boarded we were served lunch, a mix of fish, meat and vegetarian dishes. Really nice.
We the. Took a 4 hr tiur round the bay, some of the rock formations are outstanding, it's a truly beautiful place. We stopped at some caves that we're found in the 90's by a fisherman.
We arrived back at port late afternoon and then had a 3.5hr journey back to Hanoi.
Last night I just packed up and got ...
... is so astonishing that you get the feeling of moving around in slow motion.
We visited a big cave on one of the islands, went kayaking and visited a floating village where the people live in houses build on rafts and underneath they have enclosures filled with fish, squid and lobsters that they feed until they are big enough to eat.
The first night we slept on the boat but on the second day we went to Cat Ba Island and stayed in a nice new hotel in Cat ...
... at the residential zones.
Tourists visiting Halong and Bai Tu Long Bay would take some time to step off the tourist junks, and meet with the people of the villages, taking part in a traditional row-boat tour. Proceeds from the tour would be given to each of the row-boat rowers, as well as the community to pay for village tours and garbage collection.
Today, the village is visibly ...
... vehicle and driven off the edge. It was like being in a lifesize pinball machine. Cadaques was probably the size of rhos on sea but in the lovely Spanish cove style where all buildings are carved into the rock. Lunch was amasing in a place called L'Hostel. I had a warm goats cheese salad with nuts, dried fruit and a red fruit sauce. Before lunch we walked to Port Liaght where Dali's holiday home was and had an ice cream and sat on the harbor. Very relaxing ...