Dolphin II Hotel
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... the day we had in Laungprobang at a large outdoor swimming pool called la pistoche which had a bar in the water. Then we left kounsavan guesthouse where the staff were so lovely and kept shouting Emily every-time they saw one of us , and we went to the airport to fly to Ha noi. Ha noi is the first City we have been to since ...
... enough people that it seemed unlikely anyone’s individual needs were catered to. Our guide was a cheerful young college student whose sweetness with the girls made up for her limited English. She whisked us from one local food establishment to the next – some just carts on the streets, others with tiny plastic stools arranged around tables in narrow rooms off the street – and introduced us to an array of Vietnamese dishes whose names we'll never ...
... what to do with my hands whilst I'm walking. What proved to be a struggle for the remainder of the group behind us was walking in two lines, whilst the one woman in front seemed unable to follow the single line that we'd been asked to follow. Luckily, by the time we approached the mausoleum, the group had got its **** together. We were once more asked to pause just before entering, where military styled guards in pristine white uniform marched out to flank us on either side of ...
... when we got back as we wee so tired and then headed out to the night market which we could stroll to. We bought a few bits and bobs and did our best to haggle.
The temperature is definitely a lot more bearable at this time here - 21 degrees at 9.30pm.
Over and out for now - we are being picked up at 7.30am for our Halong Bay boat cruise (3days, 2 nights) so probably won't be able to update the blog til we are on land ...
... our hotel (Paradise Hotel, $38.50/night via booking.com) and checked in. Cue free upgrade to giant room with two giant (hard) beds! We've booked our Sapa and Halong Bay trips through the hotel and leave again tomorrow night on the overnight train to Sapa. Heading out to explore the craziness that is the old quarter of Hanoi tonight and finding some dinner... Dinner update! We went to a great little restaurant called Little ...