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Travel Blogs from Hanoi
After our big night last night Kerrie and I decided not to attend the Tai Chi session this morning. We did manage to be ready in time for our visit to the Lagoon by bamboo boat which left at 7.30am. All was going well until the serenity was broken by our boat load of god botherers breaking into song as we entered the lagoon. REALLY can't they have their spiritual experience quietly without imposing their rituals ...
... were so nice and they took good care of us. I think we spent more time playing with the kids than exploring the city! Most nights we’d all have dinner together and when Lynsey wasn’t well she made her home remedy rice soup for lunch which miraculously cured her the next day. She also took us to the market to buy ingredients for a cooking lesson. That was an experience in itself. Almost every imaginable creature live in buckets or cages for sale and ready to be eaten. ...
... Refusing to live in the Presidential palace, President Ho Chi Minh lived in a normal electrician’s house nearby. The Government had a simple and nature-oriented environment constructed for him to live and work. Walking around, visitors can feel his simple and pure lifestyle in an wooden tiled ...
... walked home. There must be so many accidents. When we arrived back at the hotel, the staff had left us a little goodnight treat in our room, it was a traditional jelly yoghurt sort of thing. That was sweet.
The next day, we had a great breakfast at the hotel, first bacon sandwich in 8 weeks - it was a good start to our day! We sorted out our Halong Bay cruise with the lovely lady in the hotel, we discussed the options and decided on the V-Spirit Cruise. It looked ...
... ve done and my record is 26 hours, but this journey took
the biscuit. So the wonder of these sleeper buses is that they are basically
bunk beds that are two beds high and there are three rows going down the bus.
The major problems are that they are built for tiny Vietnamese people who are
literally about half my body weight and at least a foot shorter than me. So I
managed to manoever myself so that I was laying down with my legs bent which
was comfy for ...
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