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... turned round to look at her but Scotty had a look of pure fear on his face and didn't know where to run. At that point Tang burst out laughing as it was just a joke. Kirsty and I were killing ourselves at that point but Scotty didn't look to happy! Our final trip on the boat took us back to the harbour. I'd like to see Ha Long again one day with some better weather but it was certainly an amazing experience to see it. The islands are beautiful, as are the stories that go with ...
... fresh market of the day so that the food can be as fresh as possible for the people returning home to purchase and cook. Some of the animals on the market in front of us were still walking around about two or three hours before!
We were really lucky that our tour also encompassed an explanation of the local streets and the development of the city. We visited the specialist streets which were normally occupied by shop after shop of the ...
... of VAVA. The offspring victims of North Vietnamese soldiers are most like the American Agent Orange offspring because their parents went to the area where Agent Orange was sprayed and after the war left the area where the dioxin remains. Past enemies now see the same disabilities in their children and have the most in common for research. It is a hard pill to swallow for some, but it is the facts. Before we stopped at the VAVA office we stopped ...
... which had already killed 46 people in the Philippines, was heading to our planned overnight stay in a junk boat that was unfortunately cancelled. A local hotel for the night was arranged instead. We arrived in Ha Long Bay to the amazing sight of the limestone islands and people struggling with their cases on the harbour steps. We proceeded to our boat for a shorter cruise than originally planned along the bay followed by a visit to a 40m high cave in one ...
... specific moment, thousands of limestone karsts appeared throughout the sea with their shadows reflecting perfectly on the water’s surface. The views were heaven on earth whereas now, with no doubt in my mind….. the views were hell on earth!
Where did these limestone karsts disappeared to? Were we lost turning round and ...
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