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... back to the harbour along with the 50 other boats that ventured out with us earlier.
Ashleigh was finally able to get Wi-Fi back the harbour to send of here Uni course acceptance...what a relief.
A popular destination....now for the return journey back to Hanoi - 4 hrs of playing chicken with on coming traffic. Jo got the front seat – no extra charge for that.
A quick overnight stop and we are off to Hoi An for a couple ...
... and most things seem uncared for.We passed areas where silk embroidery was made (by handicapped people where we stopped for refreshment). Some fantastic hand stitched artwork in silk. The ones we particularly liked were very big and would have been difficult to transport back.We also saw stone and marble carvings being hand made but these were for the gardens of large country houses. ...
... tractors, no machinery whatsoever...hard labor!! Everyone seems to be pulling their weight to contribute to the community. men plowing in the fields, women making and selling fresh bread at the side of the crowded highway, many little kiosks selling a quick meal near intersections, merchants sitting patiently in front of their small businesses smoking cigarettes, ....
Even though it's a rural setting, everyone seems very ...
... stopped at the floating village where you were pay for a boat trip into a cave, but we sat on the jetty and admired the amazing view. It was also where James Bond was filmed. 40 minuets later we were back on the boat. We drove past Gorilla rock which ionically looks like a gorilla and the fighting cocks. We past through some incredible scenery, it was so pretty. We had another stop and arrived at the caves. Inside of the caves ...
... our boat. By chance Matt and I managed to secure a room at the back on the upper deck so we got a balcony to hang out on and enjoy the view from. After settling into our rooms we were given lunch on board as the boat headed out of the marina to the islands. Our first stop was a huge cave, full of stalactites and stalagmites. After the cave we got back on the boat for half an hour to another part of the bay where we spent an hour kayaking. From ...