Dolphin II Hotel
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Friday 6th February
Easy day today. Breakfast in the hotel and then we packed our bags. We went to pick up our laundry from a little place just round the corner. Only $2.5 for a bag full instead of $4 per item in the hotel!We had a relaxing morning before heading into to town for some lunch. Jayne and I only had a coffee and a piece of cake as our tummies were a bit off.The Satri House hotel has been ...
... conveyor belt and there was my hairdryer in its little black bag going round and round! Why would anyone steal 2 out of 3 pairs of socks and a hairdryer for goodness sake?!!!! Anyway, I didn't worry about the socks as goodness knows where they might have fallen out. I was happy to have my hairdryer back and lesson learned - I'll secure the zips on bag before next flight!!
After arriving at the hotel quite late, we found a nearby place for dinner called Pho 10, and had our ...
... Halong Bay and went on a boat trip. We had the whole boat to ourselves which was fantastic. It was so beautiful, nearly 2000 Islands made up of limestone karsts. Legend has it that it was formed by a dragon family thousands of years ago who were sent to defend Vietnam from the Chinese invaders. The islands were formed by the dragons flicking their tails. I much prefer the legend to the geological explanation We went to a floating village which ...
... China War (what you called this war seemed very much to depend on which country you lived in). We walked down one staircase, through the metal doors, along the rooms below and up the other side.
House D67 is on the central axis of the Imperial Citadel. Its correct name is Meeting Room of the Politburo and Central Military Commission (no wonder it became house D67!). During the war the North Vietnam Ministry of Defence decided it needed a safe HQ from ...
... in a pretty hazy drunken state, Vietnam served us well. Although I have come to the conclusion that no matter how good of a writer you are (or in my case, how bad of a writer), that traveling is everything that's NOT written in this blog. You can't explain that connection you make with a complete stranger, or the smells of a busy market. You have to actually experience it for your self. And as my new pal Polly said "traveling is the only thing you can spend your money on that makes you ...