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... travelfish.org which also led us to some great places. Our last night in Hanoi we went to Bo Nuong on Ma May where we were given a plate of uncooked beef, onion, eggplant, and other veggies marinated in awesomeness to cook ourselves over hot coals, served with a crunchy bread roll and a TDF sauce. Yummo. At least it’s all healthy, right?!
On our Friday night we decided to hit the town after we started chatting to a very friendly Australian couple where we sat down ...
... parked motor scooters and any space left is used by the populace to prepare, eat and wash up their meals on. Thus one is forced to walk in the road avoiding the constant stream of scooter, over 100 passing in a minute, and the occasional taxi. Crossing the road of course requires one to wade across this stream of traffic; always moving forward, making sure the traffic can predict your moment while you gauge their speed. This section of the tour has now ended and tomorrow we move to the ...
Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam with a population of around 7 million people and we met all of them within a 1 kilometer radius of our hotel. After seeing Hanoi, I can't understand how Hong Kong can boast having the greatest population density in the world. Perhaps it’s the narrow streets that make Hanoi seem so crowded. Walking is exhausting here. Cars, scooters, buses, bikes and pedicabs (bikes with two-seater benches on the front) pack ...
... its 95 degees today) offers to make you some lovely silk shirts.
A middle aged man on a hefty looking bike is keen to take you on an ''easy rider trip' around north Vietnam.
2 more ladies on push bikes want to give me an Fred a whole new wardrobe of silk-based clothes (we must look like we are in desperate need of new clothes).
Another seedy looking young man in a grubby vest promises 'lots of nice cheap things' but really doesn't say what (bit worrying this ...