Quoc Hoa Hotel Hanoi
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Day 75 - 11th June
Vietnam today!! I'm looking forward to the history in Vietnam, perhaps I should buy a book on it and have a read! I woke up at 5:30am to go and see the Alms Giving Ceremony which is where the monks walk round the streets barefoot and the local people give them food in the golden buckets they carry. It's really cool to see but I felt disrespectful, I made sure I covered my shoulders and legs with a scarf and I stood a little way back. ...
... pulls up for petrol and our guide arranged for a few of us to get a lift back on this bus - such a relief to get into the air conditioning. Usual driving style on the way back and bus is bigger than our original bus so interesting getting down the narrow streets. So glad to get back to our hotel and the lovely staff offer us drinks but tell the we just want to go to our rooms - they escort us as they have already delivered our luggage and turned on the air conditioning - best ...
... Spotlight Party Shop all in one street, the haberdashery street, and a shoe street. The beauty of their planning is that these people can get what you want from one street without traipsing about.
Dinner was at the Gourmet Corner Restaurant which is a bit of an extravagance. Service was outstanding and food very good. To top it off you are on the 12th floor with views of Hanoi in all directions. The lake is also lit up around the edges and ...
... we were now at around four. Cherry didn't seem bothered in the slightest, and she now felt more like a friend to us. Our next stop was to a crossroads selling fresh beer (no preservatives) for 3000 Dong, it was called Bia Hoi corner. A place where locals and backpackers sit on little wooden or plastic stalls, drinking beer, eating snacks, talking and watching the world go by. We had one beer each, and Cherry also insisted on getting us more food - some battered pork ...
... men have locked the bus door and
>are unscrewing the floor boards in our bus so that they can unwrap
>the large gunny sacks that are crowding the isles and then stash
>small black packages beneath the bus. We are on a drug bus. We are
>on a 22hour bus from hell going from Hanoi Vietnam to Vientienne
>Laos and we are on a drug bus. We are smuggling something across the
>border into Laos. Great, now let me go back ...