Saigon Halong Hotel
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... Literally, the were delivered that morning;
- Diving - technically they didn't lie, you could jump off the boat;
- Air conditioning - including self watering function that kept the floor clean;
- Cooking class - how to roll a spring roll;
- Pearl farms - these were visible from the boat through my telephoto;
- Floating villages - as above;
- Cave exploration - tick; and,
- Wifi - no ...
... boat and hung out on the roof deck. The boat then started its journey back to the marina. We had lunch on the boat and again it was a fabulous meal. Once we got back to land, we got off the boat and on to a bus to Hanoi. The route from Hanoi to Ha Long Bay isn't that far but it's a slow and bumpy road. We got back to Hanoi in the evening and we had a few hours to kill before our sleeper bus to Hue and ...
The beers on the boat were pretty expensive but that was to be expected and we had a load while getting to know the rest of the people. Hannah managed to get a beer from a girl who was on a rowing boat too which was a bonus, as we weren't supposed to bring any on board other than what you could buy at the bar.
In the evening we all headed to top deck and chatted away with one another before people slowly started ...
... home. Once we arrived at the departures we got a little boat to the shore. Here we jumped onto the mini bus which was due to take us back to the city in 30 minutes. The trip had been a success and so glad we got to do it as it's a main attraction in Vietnam and you never know if we'll visit again. It had also been an exhausting 2 days for Will so he slept most of the way back apart from the stop at the snack point. Here he was feeling a pain ...
... prawns in garlic and palm sugar. It would be difficult for any dish to follow that but the platter of four huge local whole Scampi did a good job. Slices of thin beef fillet braised in soy sauce with garlic was next. It was very tender and tasty with our knives going through it like butter. Pork in a clay pot with sides of okra and steamed rice followed. The pork belly was tender and beautifully poached in a soy and fish sauce. Another masterpiece was ...