Quoc Hoa Hotel Hanoi
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... the local competition in quality and price and set up the market. Garden's remain where couples and weddings can gather for a photo opportunity beneath the blooms and beside a terracotta cow. There's plenty of real bovine opportunity too. The market opens around 1am and we arrived in the twilight to the last bits of business. Flowers we import at great expense are displayed in their thousands, the labels say Lotus, Parrot and 8 pence. We absorbed the frenzied ...
... just being, I finished my smoothie and stared out onto the lake with a blank mind and absent thoughts. I walked along the street and saw a spa offering 60-minute traditional Vietnamese massages for 300,000VD. How could I say no? It was a very good massage, if not a bit unusual. Similar to Japan the massage room is a giant room with several beds. You strip down right there and receive the massage with everyone else. A Vietnamese massage is focused more on ...
... wonders round in red and white robes chanting and dancing). We also met a lovely British family, living in China and quickly adopted their son as part of our racing demons crew. Our second day on board we took a walk through the 'Amazing Cave', the best examples of stalagmites and stalagtites in Halong Bay. We then had to bid farewell to our new friends and set off for part two - another tropical island bungalow. We kayaked through a few more caves on the way and arrived in time ...
... me riding by myself in the city so we caught a ride with Cau Chien and Anh Thang on their bikes to the Sofitel near Lake Ho Kiem, where we picked up our JR Pass for Japan. Cam on (thank you) Anh Thang for setting that up! Afterwards, we paid our respects to Cindy's uncles who had recently passed, and dropped by her old neighbourhood where she grew up. Both of us got a long overdue haircut and caught up with some old family friends there in the ...
... going on the cycle ride.. Nobody volunteered, all we wanted to do was to wrap our hands round a warm cup of tea and get back on the bus. Eventually we arrived back, very wet and cold. Straight into the hot show and into bed to warm up. Trouble was, I was so tired I fell asleep and when I woke up it was 9.15 and too late to go out and find something to eat. So went to bed, again. Interesting facts: The pavement restaurants with their little seats are illegal. When the ...
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