Real Hanoi Hotel
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... to KFC and stuffed our faces! The traffic in the city is absolutely mad. Bikes, cars and pedestrians have to fight their way through the roads. As pedestrians you literally have to walk out into the busy road and weave your way through the traffic otherwise you'll never get across. Whilst in the city we visited the Army museum, Hanoi prison museum, went to a water puppet show and booked a trip to Ha Long Bay. Unfortunately the trip got cancelled because of bad ...
... we took our hotel's advice and headed to 'New Day' restaurant. Great food, great price, fantastic spring rolls. Do not be mistaken, however, once you have had one spring roll, you most definitely have not had them all! Since that first spring roll, I assure you that every single one since has been completely different! With just 2 weeks in Nam, and not 4, we had to cut a few things from our never-ending itinerary, one of those being ...
... be friends if we lived in the same place. Some of them will visit Amsterdam so we'll meet up again and I probably will visit them somewhere in the future.
And what everybody says, you come out more proud, more knowledgable (hopefully!) since you've experienced all these things on the road. You're more independent since you have to figure out a lot of stuff by yourself. And at least I have tons of great stories to tell! I'm very curious how fast I'll get used to my old normal life ...
... a short time before. Nevertheless it was a wonderful introduction to Vietnam. We arrived at the hotel a short time later where we were both very pleased to jump in the shower and get rid of the last 25 hours of scum! We then lay around and had a bit of a catnap before heading out to explore the hustle,bustle, motorbike-laden, horn-tooting streets of Hanoi and what a fantastic assault on the senses this was! We had a walk around the lake in the middle ...
... our masks due to the obvious pollution from China's air. Whilst wearing our jumpers and rain macks it sprinkled with rain as we spent our two days strolling around the back streets as everything was within easy walking distance, picking up little bits of Hanoi's charm and visiting the main tourist must see spots. Unfortunately there were no shows showing at the Opera House ...