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... help us in and out, at one point standing with one foot each on two different kayaks. Most everyone took their turn jumping from the top deck of the boat into the water (not MK or Jenna), and one of the girls we met ended up with a pretty angry looking bruise on her thigh from the way she hit the water. The current by the boat was really strong, and it got exhausting to swim back/hang onto the ladder by the door. After swimming we all ...
Up early for our trip to Vietnam and the driver got there as we were booking out. So, 20mins to the airport and we booked our seats and luggage in and got through customs in a matter of 30mins for our flight to Hanoi. Really good flight and a bigger plane, but given that it is only 3hours between Singapore and Hanoi – what an easy flight. Now, we forgot to say that when we arrived in Melbourne on Sunday night the handlers had broken the stand on one of our suitcases. So ...
... side Today we decided to go back to the lake for a cycle, but having rented the bikes for the day and circled the lake twice, we soon realised we'd been directed to the wrong lake... Ours was actually 10km away down some very busy roads! So instead we decided to circle a few more times, until Apel stopped to chat to a Spanish/Swiss guy playing the didgeridoo (yes it was as strange as that sounds!) She suggested I carry on cycling and she would catch up but each time I ...
Nice hotel the Legacy but needing a bit of work. Breakfast was kind of uninspired but edible so I took a morning stroll around the westerners district and had a coffee on the street with the locals. The owner kicked his wife out of the best seat and offered it to me. I thought he was being kind but then realized that the seat was as squat as all the others but was made of steel and wood - more likely to withstand the weight of a full ...
... costs about RM700 per pax for return flight from KL to Hanoi.
We started looking into all types of accommodations. All the factors that we were looking at: ...