Dolphin II Hotel
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On Sunday Amy and I met up with Lan Anh, who completed our masters in July 2014, and our friend Lieu who is the project manager of ACT2G. We met at Tran Quoc pagoda where we wandered around and had a look and Lan Anh prayed. we the walked around Truc Bac lack and had a really nice coconut sorbet/ice cream on the way. We had lunch on Truc Bac island at a place that did all different types of pho, we had pho rolls and friend pho, they were all amazing!!! we walked back to he ...
... cars, street vendors and people) to the Ngoc Son temple which was by the river and really pretty. After that we we were feeling pretty hungry so went to the restaurant Anna recommended to us.
I think most of us would do our best to avoid this type of establishment if we saw it. There were people cutting vegetables and stirring noodles in big pans on the street and running around in their flip flops! But when in ...
... I turned on my screen and was amazed by the collection of entertainment. I had literally hundreds of TV shows/films to choose from - I could hardly decide what to watch first. I settled for a comedy before settling back in my chair for our 13 hour flight to Singapore. A few movies, a brief nap, some food and a couple of friends episodes later we were landing in Singapore. As me and Stuart sleepily stumbled off the plane we were assaulted by a wall of warm humid air - ...
... Naturally I yelled profanities and then sat for a while wondering if I was imagining things. But no.. Her came back so I lept out of bed at window In time to see him scaling across the building. More profanities followed, he laughed and then I called reception to come investigate. They took it very seriously and I made a statement to the police and everything. Naturally I bunked up with someone else for the rest of the ...
... days I thought Sa Pa was a relatively small town but when the fog cleared there was a whole part of it I never knew existed - a church, fountain, big square, memorial, shops - I had a lot of exploring to do that day!! And the countryside - beautiful does not even begin to describe it - breathtaking comes close! One of the best days there was my trip to Bac Ha Sunday markets. These markets are frequented by 10 local hill tribes and there are various markets within it: ...