Novotel Ha Long Bay
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... moving about. As long as they weren't jumping on me, I figured I was OK. Again, no photo possible a this point. Then, I saw a kind of large opening on my right, one I couldn't have gone into anyway because of a drop just before it and I started hearing wheezing by my head and in the light beam of my flashlight, I caught some movement in the air. By then, I was glad for having a cap on, and indeed, the cave has bats. So far, I have pretty ...
... desperate for a late night swim haha! Without sounding egotistical, my natural instinct made me hand my phone to Josh & jump into the water to save Lola, who hadn't a scooby what was happening! Apparently my swan dive was highly impressive haha!! With people shining lights on us and the crew giving us a ladder, I managed to get Lola up the ladder & Paddy got straight up after me. We were given towels and helped to get Lola to bed. Paddy seemed overly thankful for ...
... was to get someone to **** on her. Matt was up for the challenge and managed to get a coke can nice and full. He then proceeded to pour his horrendously dehydrated wee all over poor Sally's back much to the horror of the Vietnamese boat driver. To be honest this massively lightened the situation and seeing Sally empty the leftover **** out of her shoes was quite brilliant. The **** however didn't seem to work in the slightest and it wasn't until our tour guide returned and ...
This weekend can be immediately classified as a success. Wow.
I woke up early to check on the status of my interview for a job in Honduras. The recruiter hadn't replied yet, so I told her I was going to the beach for the weekend and could do an interview on Sunday. Yep, no problem, she replied to me just before I went out the door.
At eight, I went to buy my ferry ticket and surprise surprise, there was a boat leaving at ten thirty, with express service to Quan ...
... meals, we now needed flavours and vegetables…T&I were given (rather worryingly) small scythes and asked to go an chop some ‘morning glory’ (Vietnamese Spinach type leafy plant) and then some chillis and honey leaf. T&I absolutely loved being farmers and we then headed back to the guest house passing the village kids jumping in the ponds to cool off.
Dinner was served outside the guest house… ...