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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Halong Bay

A travel blog entry by tridentalx on Aug 04, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... us) or meat (others). Chicken soup, prawns, pork, crab, squid cakes, rice. A surprise for Emma's birthday - a cake and a card, signed by all of the other families. What a kind thought. The cake was all gone within minutes. We sit on the top deck with drinks hoping for the clouds to clear so the stars come out but we see only a few unfortunately. Heading for bed but Emma is staying up to play cards with the other ...

We're going on an Adventure

A travel blog entry by laura-jane_fyfe on Jul 13, 2014

... long but we managed to visit a butterfly garden - which was located within the terminal itself. It was a very surreal experience walking around this amazing garden, with a waterfall and beautiful butterflies while in an airport waiting for your flight to be called. A second delight of chaingi airport was the koi pond, which was filled with huge orange/black/cream fish, happily going about their business. We heard our flight being announced on the PA system - "would passengers ...

Thailand/Vietnam - the chase

A travel blog entry by ladyboy-dodger on Jun 10, 2014

27 photos

... sniffer dog goes mental and snarls regardless of you smuggling or not. All in all we were one and off the coaches about 4 times with our bags thrown off to go through X-ray machines passport control, purchase visas and a 3km walk from the Laos border to the Vietnam border made for an unpleasant time but we made it through to the other side and within about 5 miles we had pulled over for the "smuggle". We pulled over to this petrol station but we didn't fill up on petrol. Within ...

Hanoi - the Real Vietnam

A travel blog entry by natandross on Apr 21, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

As with everywhere else we've been in Vietnam the distance we had to travel to get to Hanoi was huge. With no airport in Hue our choice of transport was a night sleeper train for the 15 hour journey to the capital city. I was slightly apprehensive waiting for the train to arrive, having read mixed reviews about the state of the trains in Vietnam. Fortunately our four berth cabin was relatively comfortable and our cabin-mates (two Americans from Michigan - Cliff and Amanda) were ...

A little bit stranger...

A travel blog entry by emma_rivers on Mar 06, 2014

11 comments, 32 photos

... before demanding that we purchased her wares. The effects of jet lag, humidity, and her obstinence combined to cause us (mostly Tom) to fall for her petty tricks. Luckily we ONLY ended up paying 120000....

After the pineapple debacle, we came across a shop selling sim-cards, thinking this a good investment we talked to the lady and were assured that not only would our sim-card come loaded with money but it would be legit. She lied. Not only did we have less than a ...

       

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