Dolphin II Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... from the office took me to two nearby pharmacies to be "sick" and see what the response was. I presented to both with the same symptoms and the consultation was translated for me.
Symptoms: headache, fever, sore throat and cough. I have had the symptoms for four days.
Pharmacy #1: The girl was very young and it was not clear if she was a pharmacist or not. She was steaming her hair when we entered the ...
Day 45 One of the things that will be great about returning to the UK is being a real part of a community again. As a traveller, you only play a small role in the communities you are in the midst of, and only fleetingly. The feeling of being a bit lost is particularly acute when you arrive in a new place, when you don't even have any connection with the geography or the language, let alone the people. Perhaps this is the reason that it took us a while to ...
... so I was fairly cold even in my light sweater. I finally got up and turned the fan off around 5:45.
The hostel where I'm at has free breakfast which consists of a fried egg and toast and fruit. I ate just before the Skype call, and then afterwards I was tired so I ended up taking a nap after I'd spent some time online figuring out what I should do in Hanoi. I kept in mind that I will be back for at least half a day next Monday before my flight to ...
... there which I was all about! The guy at our hotel said it wasn't a big cave and it was fine to go in jandals.. He lied. After a decent hike up the hillside to cave entrance and multiple jandal blow outs, when we got inside it was awesome. The first part of the cave had a sleeping Buddha which looked really peaceful with the light shining through the entrance of cave over it. We delved in a ...
... day so is off limits to the public, but we look at Ho Chi Minh’s collection of cars, and his house, plus his house on stilts, which showed the real way he lived i.e. very simply without much in the way of furniture. It is all quite beautiful, but it is very hot and humid so we make for some shade and a cold drink whilst waiting for Vin’s return. Vin eventually gains access back to the site after the queue to the mausoleum closes and we meet again near ...