Halong Plaza Hotel
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... We found Nike street! A highlight for the boys. Charlie choose a wee restaurant round the corner then we went to the water puppet theatre by the lake. Mark and I seem to be surviving the heat with gallons of beer. One of the boys ( who has remain nameless) unwittingly changed the code to our safe with all the money and passports in. A moment of panic as we leave early tomorrow. Fortunately a hotel staff member was able to break in with surprising amount of ease to save the ...
... so interesting stories. The Brit was 75, taking a break from her import business in Bangkok - a bit aunty Sheliaesk - confident, and up for an adventure.
We anchored near some caves and kayaked through them and to the bays beyond ('aunty Sheila went with one of the boys). Fiona and I were like opposing propellers but we managed to get around OK. After that we had a swim. I dived in and when I ...
... twenty-somethings were rolling spring rolls at a long table while sitting on cheap plastic chairs.
"What… hahahaha…. What…. is…. this…. some sort of class?"
"No, they are just trying this." The woman in charge said.
"Hahaha… ohhhhkayyyyy…." This was Grandma's house, and these were her tour group friends, having dinner. Eyeroll.
While it was absolutely delicious, it definitely was not what I ...
... on the way and it is incredible. A whole floating community all tied together that smells of pungent fish. We are taken to our hotel where we immediately fall asleep for a few hours. When we wake we decide to stroll along the boardwalk to find ice cream for our after dinner treat. It's just restaurant after restaurant of seafood. I like how the daily catch is swimming in saltwater tanks so you know it's fresh. The smell of course is delightful. While we are ...
... Light Cave took us into this large completely enclosed area, to which the only entrance was the cave. We saw several jellyfish here. I should say that we have seen many jellyfish in the last day and a half we have been on the bay, about dinner plate-sized ones, but the ones in this area were baby jellyfish, about the size of apples. This is the place where the jellyfish were born!
We kayaked back through the ...