Saigon Halong Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Breakfast Available
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... recliner seats of two levels. We are ordered on to the top bunks. I quite like it up here to be fair. Not the most comfy but hey. We also were not allowed a freshly bought KFC on the bus. Devs. Anyway i'm settled in and now ready for the 11 hour trip. Nah this isn't funny. We've been going about 2.5 hours and it's not comfortable at all. We are due to arrive at 5am at our next destination. I am going to be a ...
We decided to take a day trip to Halong Bay seen as its one of the wonders of the world. The weather was very cloudy which was a shame but nothing we could do. We got picked up at around 8am and a 4 hour trip ahead of us. We had a stop off half way there and we are still very undecided about it... The guy on the bus quoted 'so this is where the government put all the disabled ...
... Binh shared interesting information about paths Vietnamese language, history, and culture. He told us that to say hello in Vietnamese, you say "Sin Chau!" He also shared that there are 93 different provinces in Vietnam, and that there are different "seasons" in The North and South of Vietnam. In the South, there are rainy and dry seasons, whereas in the North, there are four seasons. In fact, we are currently experiencing the end of summer and the beginning ...
... kayaked back to the boat. We had a 5 minute swim then had a shower ready for dinner. I'm writing this from my bed, with beautiful views of the sea and huge rocks that Ha Long is famous for. I don't think I will get used to sleeping on a boat, it feels like I'm drunk, like the room kind of spins or moves in a weird way, it's tripping me out. I opened the curtain so I could see outside which helps a bit. Our beds are extremely comfy, tonight will be ...
... filmed in the area, he only knew of James Bond being filmed here. He took us to a spot where we hiked a little ways up the rocky cliffs for some pics. Apparently an Aussie guy had previously broken and ankle or something and he wasn't supposed to bring anyone here for climbing, but he liked us and we went anyway. This little cove where we climbed the mountain had had water that was invested with little jelly fish. It was only in this one cove. Very weird. The jelly fish looked like ...