Phuong Hoang - Phoenix Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... bad for breaking down! An employee at Motorvina told me on average the Minsk breaks 5-10% of the time! And I should imagine he was being kind! I did have the choice of going with a much more reliable Honda Win, but I decided to throw caution to the wind, and go with the Minsk, a la Ric***********d, Top Gear style! Amelia went with a 'twist and go' style moped, which was the best option for a novice, no gears or clutch to worry about. We left Hoi An, ...
... I hope our first impression is a good one, Vietnam seems cheaper and easier to navigate than Laos. Some vendors are very persuasive and obviously want your business but they always seem to do it with a smile and good humour, we even brought our train ticket to Da Nang with no fuss, no rudeness just a efficient English speaking assistant, who was stern yet friendly and sold us the ticket at the right price with no problems.
It was the right call ...
... thousand Chinese tourists shoulder to shoulder and without scads of foreign tourists, throw in some architectural decrepitude and the freedom to roam at will unsupervised and you have a good idea of this place called 'The Purple Forbidden City." We loved it. the Citadel, as it is called, is enclosed by about ten kilometers of walls and moat. No peeking was allowed in its heyday. The cure for those suffering from a need to peek was death which was a good way ...
... for dirty hostel bathrooms and watersports etc. It took three women running around trying to find ANYTHING in a size 39, to finally find a pair of sandals for me (Nikkis size 38 was catered for a little better). For some reason, they think its ok to just offer you anything that fits.... e.g. ugly mens umbro sandals? yeah sure... as long as they are size 39... wtf?! It took some hard haggling to get the sandals for a price that wasn't completely taking ...
... raining, and was glad to be on the bus where it was dry.
I woke up because we had stopped in some kind of big building. It turned out that the windshield wipers weren't working properly so we had to make a stop in a bus garage for them to get fixed. There was also a guy cutting metal with a big saw that was spitting sparks ten feet past where the saw was - no gloves or safety glasses or any notice to people around. Yay developing countries. ...