Quoc Hoa Hotel Hanoi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
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... traveling by yourself, can serve the same purpose, because you are with yourself all the time. Haha .. I don't want to sound like I am achieving any sort of nirvana. All I am saying is that in midst of the various emotions that surround us - joy, loneliness, self-doubt, etc - there are more moments of clarity than I have at home. Of course, there are moments when you miss having a travel partner, but I think that's just being human. Anyway, so after I was done in ...
... of the boat and got to try our hand at squid fishing with them. Unfortunately neither Bree nor I ended up catching any of the little guys but we did see quite a few get hauled up and I earned a lasting souvenir from the experience in the form of an ink stain on my shorts! It started to rain just as we were about to head in for the night but we stuck it out long enough for one of the guys to give Bree his bamboo hat which really helped her to look the part of a local ...
... Warm handshakes and goodbyes all round - we'll miss you, No we'll miss YOU we say to each other. What warm generous and kind people they are, absolutely nothing was too much trouble and we hope we might go there again someday.
At the station we are quickly spotted by a man who takes our tickets and bids us follow him. This we obediently do - up stairs over platforms and along the length of a waiting train. He shows our tickets to the uniformed ...
... ago to Koh Samui, just love the drag when you take off. :-) it was a noisy flight though, we were not far from the engines.
So,my impressions of Hanoi, noisy, lots of beeping of the horns, its mental. No wonder there are more bikes than cars here, driving a car in this place is mental!
We headed out to eat an found a night market, wow! Amazing! But its late so time to sleep.
... interesting with both old parts and 1960's war bunkers. However the most interesting thing about it was the high school students which were graduating all dressed up in their traditional dress or in suits, the girls with all their hair and make up done tottering around on heels which were clearly uncomfortable and soon discarded. It reminded me of my own year 12 formal! Then there were the photos! I think that for every 5 graduates there were was a photographer. There ...