Paramount Hotel Hanoi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... couple of days later. We arrived late but easily found a place to stay – this one was $13 but didn’t have a separate shower – it was back to showering next to the toilet. Well, it would have been except that at about 7.30am someone decided to start work with a pneumatic drill right next to our room. After about 5 minutes we decided we couldn’t take any more and packed up and checked out. We walked back towards our other hotel ...
... An hour or so later things changed when my guy said really for your first challenge? So dropping into second and then quickly first we went down a mud slope to get off the main roads and start into our rural road adventure course. We had boulders, mini rivers, gravel, mud and the odd vegetated patch to make our way through before finding a small village in amongst the mountains cliffs. And this is why sometimes you book a tour or hire a guide; because there was no way I ...
... cuddled me) - we went to visit all of the rooms - I wanted to say goodbye to all the other kids too - the ones who I have met but havent gotten to know as well because they are in different rooms. There are still kids in other rooms, however, that grab my heart almost instantly - such sweet kids with good souls who love us volunteers and they flock to us like vultures - its crazy but amazing all at the same time.
After my walk with ...
... 3 hours staring at a bright screen and now on a road with no lights and no moon I am completely blind. Phone’s dead, can’t use that. I stumble forward hoping my pupils will get to work dilating soon and I will get some night vision, but nothing seems to be happening. I recall the cattle, dogs and snakes we have seen on the roads at night times and now my accelerating imagination has taken over the wheel. The karst formations on the horizon never reveal themselves, clearly ...
... little high chair! We ended up in a maze of shops and houses (which generally had one room downstairs and one upstairs). The passageways were narrow and it was difficult to get through even on the motorbikes. Anyway, we arrived at Ha Dung’s gran-in-law’s home and we met her and Nhut’s mother. It is just wonderful and a privilege to be able to spend time with local people. We then went on for coffee at a local cafe, ...