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... city with a beer in hand of course. Then we thought we needed a pedicure and foot massage to relax ourselves even further (it was beautiful). That night we had actually made a reservation in the restaurant that we went to for lunch (the most organised we have been in the last month), we had an amazing table which looked over the lake and the busy city. We had a cosmopolitan and shrimp rice (we had a very sophisticated day). We then became English teachers for a number of ...
... the itinerary for the day and we knew then that we wouldn't be staying the night. The Coast guards are now so careful as in 2011 a boat sunk in Halong Bay killing 12 people. Putting all that aside, Halong Bay is possibly the most beautiful place I have seen in the world. It has an eery feeling about the place, so peaceful and outstandingly beautiful. There is 2960 mountains poking out of the water. People used to live on some of them. Since ...
... of them in our room at night, because everything had seemed very clean so far.
Our sub-group (the two nights on the boat people) were having breakfast at 7 am the next morning so I needed to be up pretty early, plus I wanted to get up to see the sunrise if possible. I'd gotten the bed near the window, so I could peek out of the curtains in the morning and see if it was worth getting up. I was pretty tired so I fell asleep ...
...well, seeing as you're asking, from Hanoi it's three and a half hours by bus! But well worth the ride to see this unique UNESCO World Heritage Site and popular travel destination, located in Quang Ninh Province. The bay features thousands of huge limestone karsts and islands in various dramatic shapes and sizes rising spectacularly out of the water.
In Vietnamese, Halong translates to "where ...
... caves and enjoyed taking in the beautiful sites around Halong Bay. It was quite spectacular cruising through the turquoise waters in and out of caves and grotto's leading to hidden lagoons.
After it was back on board for lunch and again more strange seafood. We had a laugh with the French guys trying to figure out what your supposed to eat. Then it was time for more kayaking and jumping off the boat to swim. I still didn't like the idea of going ...