Hotel Nikko Hanoi
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... br> Michael: he has been wanting to come to Halong Bay for 10 years
now...but well, so it is! We decide to cancel the whole thing and
improvise something because we don't want to stay four more days in
Hanoi. TO make up for it, we promise the girls a diving trip next year
to get their PADI certification (yes, the tour is that expensive!!!)
because luckily we get reimbursed the total amount.
SO we call
airlines, to check if we could fly to Bali sooner, but ...
... from. We went with the premium glory legend. Although when we sore the boat there was no mention of premium any where the rooms were clean but that is about it. There is no room to open your suitcase in the room so you always have to put it on your bed and then store it under the bed so you can shuffle around the room. The air in was hit and miss would occasionally work and then off.nthey ...
... br> Once through security it was another exceptionally long queue, we couldn't even see the beginning of it, stretching at least 500 metres. It took us a good half an hour but at least it was under the cover of awnings so we had some protection from the sun.
We had nearly reached the front of the line and were about to enter the mausoleum. The protection guards stopped everyone from entering and we watched as a group of Vietnamese war ...
I awoke early full of cold. What I was hoping to be hay fever definitely wasn't. Spirits high, Laura and I went to take part in Thai chi on the deck being taught by one of the captain's. I'm not really sure what benefit it's meant to have, but I'm pretty sure we looked stupid. After a hearty breakfast with no fish, we got back in the small boat to go kayaking around the floating village. There are small boats that house 1 ...
... quite stunning,over 2000 limestone islands covered in greenery dot the horizon and tourist junks are to-img and fro-img everywhere but quietly and slowly. We ate a lovely Chinese fish lunch before anchoring to visit a little island with a sandy beach. A great view of all the islands from the top and a refreshing dip afterwards. After dinner some of us tried our hand at squid fishing off the back of the boat...we caught ...