Camellia 4 Hanoi Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
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NIE MEHR REISWEIN!!!! (Sprach Conny...) Pascal machte am Morgen ohne Conny den Fahrrad-Ausflug durch die Reisfelder. Conny fühlte sich... etwas zu wackelig... :0( Pascal war fit wie ein Turnschuh und voller Tatendrang,nicht einmal Kopfschmerzen,sehr zum Erstaunen von Mr.Bach!!!!! Nach der Rundfahrt machten wir den Mittagshalt (Conny wurde …
... helps you pick up your "little chairs and little tables" and moves them off the road. This makes for a very crowded condition and you end up sharing your space with many others. It was great last night in Hanoi (even though I didn't find my frogs for dinner)
Next morning we took off to run some errands. We wanted to exchange dongs for Kips (laos currency), buy food and wine for the trip, buy a small thermos for coffee, a new corkscrew ...
... Mausoleum. Clearly our tour company needed to fill this time slot in with something, because this was probably the most boring and worthless location we've seen on our trip so far (and we've seen quite a few). Located in the center of Ba Dinh Square, the mausoleum houses the embalmed body of Ho Chi Minh, the Vietnamese Communist revolutionary leader who later became prime minister and president of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam). You can ...
... at rice, vegetables,chickem amd something that looked like pork (I really was hoping that it was pork!!!). Wow, the plate was full of food, and it tasted good, and it was only 25,000 Dong. What a bargain. While I was eating some locals passing by the restaurant looked curious inside when they saw me. Overall I really got the feeling that not a lot of tourist come here. I really must admit - it was a great experience.
Before I wanted to have a few beers in the evening I visited ...
... with and then got the pleasure of saddling up on the oldest bikes I have even seen. No gears, only one break (peddling backwards) and no shocks to speak of. Within five minutes off the path I was worried I might not ever be able to walk the same again as the seat was leaving permanent damage to my behind. BUT the scenery, local kids running along side, peddling through the rice fields and into the small villages and witnessing everyday life uninterrupted by us westerns ...