Joy Journey Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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So Hanoi was our last stop in Vietnam. We'd been on a bus for a while and unfortunately for Hannah the taxi ride to our hotel was quite a bit longer than expected too. To cut a long story short an emergency toilet stop was necessary! This was made extremely difficult by the fact that we had no idea where the nearest toilet was and our taxi driver …
... back on the alcohol. The boat then sailed to the castaway island where I first saw paradise. A complete remote island properly only 400 by 200 meters in diameter. Perfect sand and small beautiful huts where there were dorm rooms for us all to sleep in. We were the only tour on the island. The day consisted of a lot of drinking, volleyball, beer pong, football and then water sports. I went and done some fast pace tubing which consisted of laying on a big tire tube with James and ...
... subtitles are annoying, but if you can’t read them you don’t even really notice them.
It was almost 12 at this point and our smelly pits were achin’ for a shower! We exited the same way we had went in, swung by an ATM to withdraw some cashola and then flagged down a taxi to take us home to our hopefully ready room.
The Van Mieu hotel was another pizza box building and suited us just fine! We were on the ...
... the trip'. I confirmed that I was indeed there for 'the trip' and expected the bus to be along very shortly, given the time.
A few minutes later the minibus pulled up, and as we all jumped in, I happened to catch the driver saying something about two tickets, but waved my receipt at him and duly jumped aboard. The three of us carried on swapping stories while the bus began to thread it's way through the morning traffic and further away from the hostel.
Now, I have ...
... balloons or flowers, and more! Thousands of people sitting on tiny stools on every street corner eating noodle soup and drinking beer. There are also hidden gems of tranquility; a quiet rooftop café, a restaurant tucked down a back road, a relatively peaceful park with people playing board games or exercising, or even just a quiet residential lane. These sudden moments of sanity amongst the mayhem are what has made Hanoi such a cool place to ...