Morning Star Hotel
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...well... getting there slowly...
But it's a must have down here!!!
No drive licence needed nor insurance... well It's Vietnam, what do you expect!!!
More independence... and more risky...but it will be worthed!!!
PS: the most expensive thing... the helmet: d 430.000 = £ 12,30
... of his tomb which actually made me sad! I wanted to see Ho Chi Minh! Apparently they ship his body Sept to Dec because thats when school starts and most of the people who visit Ho Chi Minh are Vietnemese and so its their "slow season" of people viweing him. Its such a weird concept to me. Can you imagine like Jesus or someone's (Kurt Cobain??) body being preserved and on display for everyone to visit for basically ever?? Seems crazy to me so Im sad I missed Ho Chi Minh.
... big but their tights and mights had nothing on Jenolan caves. Back to boat and heading back to the marina, lunch on the way, not bad.
On bus to Hanoi. Another couple, from Adelaide, who had joined the cruise the night before and just the 4 of us on the bus.
Back to hotel. Upgraded to a suite, at the front of the hotel, bigger room, and the dunny!!!! Showered and down ...
... freshly squeezed juice- no alcohol!! 28/07/2014- it felt amazing to wake up knowing we didn't have to move on after one night. We both had a great nights sleep and were ready to spend our final day in Vietnam exploring. We started with the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum complex. It was a lovely sunny morning to spend wandering around the grounds and seeing exactly where Ho Chi Minh lived (He was president of Vietnam from 1945-1969 and is idolised by ...
... place is, even 'though there are no people practicing Confucianism these days.
We were given a replacement lunch (for what we missed out at Sapa) at Koto On Van Mieu, a non-profit social enterprise dedicated to providing hospitality training and life skills to disadvantaged youth in Vietnam. We had a delicious 5 course lunch of soup, duck, vegetables, tofu, rice and fruit!
As it was so hot, Phu suggested we go back to the Hotel and ...