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... all though both were guilty deciding it better to move on. After the museums we went back and packed our kit checked the weight and updated our weight allowance via the AirAsia website better to pay £5 for an extra 10kg rather than $12 per kg at the desk on check in. All done we went to a rock bar and had pizza neither the band of the pizza were that good so we went back to pub street and Louise had her longed for doughnut balls and a beer, then back to the hotel. ...
... shoulder. So many of them seemed to be elderly women ,and I thought what a fuss I make about carrying my backpack any distance! The most tempting arrays of all types of tropical fruit and vegetables are sold in this way, but also chunks of meat and fish.
There is a sense of equality on the streets of the old quarter of HANOI, it may be very different elsewhere in the city, but other than the occasional 4 wheel drive, everyone seems to be of the same ...
After a 9 hour bus journey we were woken up by a very busy man shouting 'Hanoi Hanoi' who hustled us off the bus in such a rush and into a taxi, we were then taken to a hostel in the city centre. We soon realised we hadn't missed the city. The hostel wasn't the best but it was 7am and we just wanted to get some proper sleep. After a few hours and a little walk around we found out that Hanoi was having a huge celebration, ...
... group (we had our own boat for the 12 of us) relaxing on the roof looking at stars and critiquing the karaoke coming from a nearby boat. Lunch and dinner would have been to die for if you love seafood (fresh crab, oysters, fish, prawns...) but I was a lot more limited though I did try some of it (mostly stuff without eyeballs). On our last night in Hanoi it was their national Independence Day (from French rule), so they have been setting up for ...
... hour flight to Tokyo, and had a 4 hour layover here. The airport is a bit confusing, but found my gate and a lounge. Picked up an email from Dan. Classes start tomorrow and he will be having breakfast at 7:30 AM Hanoi time. I should get to Hanoi around 11 PM, and will have been up 24 hours. Should be able to sleep well.