Royal International Hotel & Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a different place to us at first but are then stopping where we are. As we disembark in Halong we say our farewells to Jennie and Sina. Great company they've been and will be good to see them again but if not i wish them the safest and most enjoyable travels. The bus back to Hanoi is packed. This is horrible but somehow we've made it. We arrive at the place to pick up our night bus. This is weird they ...
... br> In the morning I got up for sunrise but nothing to see as was so cloudy so was glad to go back to bed !!
Breakfast was followed by kayaking and all will be pleased to know me and siddo were first in !!!!! Slight balence issues however rows were avoided !!! Then a lesson in how to make Vietnamese spring rolls which were lush !
Unfortunately was all over too quickly and we were on our way back to Hanoi to get the overnight bus to hue !
After arriving very early in Hanoi at our tour guide office, we took time to reorganize our bags in the tour guide's hotel office. Then, we managed to sleep for a few hours before our bus picked us up for our Halong Bay Cruise. We couldn't wait to see one of the seven natural wonders of the world! When on the bus, we were enthusiastically greeted by our tour guide, Binh, who asked us to jokingly call him "Mr. Binh," similar to "Mr. Bean," from the TV show. Along ...
... calamari, and cabbage. Dessert was dragon fruit which is kinda boring as it has no flavour. I love soy sauce on my rice so I mixed everything together and it was like a mixed rice dish. After lunch we went to the top deck which has sun loungers on and took some pictures of the lovely views then we boarded the small boat again which took us to a tiny fishing village where we got a kayak and went around then bay. We stopped at a tiny school and fish ...
... to be a fresh water species), rice, stir fry, calamari, fruit, and shrimp. It was quite a spread and we invited Cuong to join us, which he did. Then it was more suntanning before heading to another area for kayaking. This new area had waterways that passed beneath the cliffs. In the caves were many bats and water dripped down from the ceilings forming stalagmites. Again amazing. The whole area looked like a scene out of Pirates of the Caribbean. We asked Cuong if he knew of ...