Halong Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... fashion is bad... We are now in a car on the way to a cave with two of Duongs mates. We turn up and the ticket is paid for. We walk along a path, walk a bit more, some more, just a little more, oh and then a tiny bit more. Where the hell is this cave!? ... Ah finally a sign saying entrance. We walk in. Yup this is the cave. Really quite cool actually, it's huge and subtlety lit up. As we walk around "you know when you look at pictures and can ...
- We took a trip from Hanoi to halong bay slightly further north, a unesco heritage site and home of the HSBC advert !!
- There are over 2000 islands which make for stunning scenery !We were on a 2 day 1 night sleep over on the boat. When we got up it was absolutely lashing like a monsoon and I joked to the receptionist whether we would be able to sail ...... Little did we know !!
... that the gesture was really an apology. While we were touring the floating fishing village, the Vietnamese Coast Guard issued a mandate (delivered by motorized skiff) ordering all “junks” and other marginally sea-worthy vessels back to port due to a forecast for high winds overnight. These junks sit low in the water, kind of like a ferry-boat, and while they are fine for tooling around in the bay, they are not equipped to handle waves.
... to secure a trip. The zoo was an amazing experience, particularly being in close proximity to such wild animals, however I couldn't help but wonder how it is possible for the treatment of those animals not to be considered as cruelty. Tigers sedated and chained up for hours in the blistering heat, crocodiles bathing in confined spaces with scare amounts of water available to them, wild animals like that need to be free in their true habitats. ...
... quite good. He is self taught, raised in a small, poor family and new someone in town who got him the guide job. We push off and head for the distance, carving our way through the water and between the towering cliffs that surround us in all directions. Cuong then explains to us that it'll be a private tour today as we are the only people on this boat. He normally has about 10 guests per day, but today is our lucky day. The boats name is "Phuc Long" and he jokes that it's the boat ...