Somerset Grand Hanoi
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... the hot water was now fully restored, so it was a comedy of errors.
Our day tour picked us up at 08:40 and it was a full mini-bus with a few other Aussies , Swiss, Singaporeans and Japanese. The tour was pretty good, first visiting the Tran Quoc Pagoda, then visiting the Ho Chi Minh complex where he use to live and his Mausoleum is right next door although there was no time to visit it and it was closed at the moment anyway. The guide had some good info and stories ...
... bread and pastries here. We walked to,the museum of literature and then caught a bus back. We met up with felicity s uncle Trevor and his helper Huong. We went to a flash restaurant, which was buffet style. It cost $24 each. There was so much food, absolutely everything you could think of. They had it all set out to help yourself. They even had lots of icecresm. Uncle Trevor was a scream, just like wally. He was ...
... remaining sections left. The French settled in small pockets during their colonisation and found streets that would not be out of place in Paris. Many streets seemed to have businesses selling the same thing e.g. Bamboo street had businesses which only sold bamboo, silk street sold silk, silver street...you got it they only sold silver, electrical goods street. I named one street lollie street...all the shops sold sweets. Even found the Chinese herbalist street...shark fins ...
... for one whole day. So, Ian brought a board game called The Power Grid just in case we really have nothing to do.
But when we got there, our Tour Guide gave us the itinerary and it ...
... this is where most of the backpackers who come to Hanoi stay). We got talking and after explaining i'd spent the last month biking from Saigon to Hanoi, he told me he'd just been looking to buy a motorbike to complete the very same journey, in reverse. To cut a long story short, we walked back to the old quarter together. I sold him the Honda, picked up my backpack and began looking for a place to stay. Once i'd gotten settled, i had the usual explore and tried to gather maps ...