Moon View 2 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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Today, I woke up super early and went on a day tour of Hanoi city and it was AMAZING! I learned so much about the city and Vietnam in general so I will probably blab a lot today because I think its all very cool and interesting and I hope you do too - its havent gotten the opportunity to really expolre Hanoi - which is Vietnam's capital - there is so much history here and the people are truly fantastic its such a cool city - so very glad I went on my tour today - there will be a lot ...
... head up - even if only for 5 or 10 minutes a day - this poor boy is in so much pain all day and gets zero human contact - even just me laying with him I think is so important.
Also, both of my rooms ran out of "milk" (formula) so I asked Terry to ask the director of the orphanage if they could buy more and the director said they have no more money this month for formula...for the essentials - so now these poor babies are eating ...
... doorman riding ahead to carry our bags and direct us to our cabin - all very calm and efficient. We settled in and were rolling within 10 minutes. Cleverly we had a stash of food and water.
Train was good but extremely glad that we purchased the other 2 bunks as 4 would have been a nightmare. Toilets were far cleaner than other trains we have travelled
, outside Australia of course. ...
... of pre cooked food. Then the next shop will have a guy selling a type of shoe , and the power pole will have a mirror on it and a guy who is tapping power from somewhere to run his clippers in his make shift barbers . Even the spare space between doors that aren't being used are turned into makeshift parking lots with guys parking you motorbikes for a charge . You get a bit of paper with a number on it , which they then chalk that number onto you bike seat , charge you something and ...
... sorted then. (The first time I ventured there alone I got hopelessly lost and was 15 minutes late back! Oops)
Outside of work, the volunteer house is now full, and I have been sharing my room with an Australian/Austrian lady called Ann, which has been much more fun than expected! To be honest with you, when we're getting ready for bed and settling down with our kindles, we gossip like girls at a sleepover.
As briefly mentioned earlier, ...