Moon View 2 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsMoon View 2 Hotel Hanoi
a person named Ninjitsea learned karate since 3rd Grade WOW! i wish i was like him o0o
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Day 29 - Sat 27th Dec.
Reached our hotel in the old part of Hanoi at about 13:30 after what seemed the longest part of our journey so far. Only 7 or 8 hours flying but a long wait in Male due to an hours delay (at least that meant one hour less in Kuala Lumpur before our connection) and what with the time differences we are just …
I came. I saw. I conquered.
One note I want to add: be wary of conniving street venders. A lady caught me at my weak point. After the Woman's Museum I was feeling remorse for the women vendors on the street. They have it pretty ********e in particular attempted to come up to me to put her conical hat and basket holder on me for a picture. Obviously she was out for cash, so I quickly dodged her attempt and said no thank you. She looked at me ...
... the food tastes SO BAD. Like it's had dirty fish in it or something. No1 eats it. So finish lunch hungry. For lunch we sat with the Australian mum and daughter and 1 Korean guy. They give us some info on Oz which is helpful. Water meant to be free but it's not, cokes etc 30,000 which is double what it is anywhere else, cocktails are loads. Con. Con. Con. Go to Dry Cave, it's very big and quite interesting and "NaNa" (tour guide) points out certain ...
... The key is in the intermingling of the flavors while each still plays a distinct note rather than become a bit player in an overall new flavor such as you find in an Indian curry. This clarity continues with each ingredient most often retaining its contribution to a rainbow of textural variation from crunch all the way to a slithery gelatinous mush.
With street food anywhere it sometimes take a bit of courage to give an unknown dish a ...
... 3. This class has a regular technological jinx that lures over the classroom. The last few weeks, the room has been behaving itself but just after I was informed that this would be my last lesson of the term (typical China telling me at the last minute), the classroom decided to give me a goodbye present in the form of a power cut (aren't I a lucky chap). When I first started teaching, this would have been the end of the world but using completely improvised ideas, ...