Star View Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... just in time to watch the changing of the guards outside Ho Chi Minh's mausoleum.
Filing past Ho Chi Minh himself, several Vietnamese people clasped both hands in front of themselves; in gratitude and respect. Here in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh is ...
... alongside rather disproportionate amounts of butter and jam. There was also some kind of cold omelette thing, rounded off, like all our meals thus far, with slices of orange. We then docked at some random island, at which point a number of new people joined us, presumably returning from their three day trip in Halong Bay. Personally, I think two was quite enough. We briefly met a trio of Russians followed swiftly by our first encounter with a bunch ...
... The stop lights are just a suggestion for the driver and traffic even flows in the wrong direction on the street if necessary to get where you want to go. Most of the intersections where 3 or more streets collide do not have any traffic lights to guide the traffic. The cars just enter and negotiate their way to their destination. For the most part this works amazingly well, everyone avoids the other drivers and slowly progress is made. The North Vietnamese ...
... 10 different puppeteers came out from behind the curtains knee deep in the water to bow at the end (I thought it was only 3 or 4 people).
Don’t even get me started on Vietnamese street food! We ate our way through yet another city! The Vietnamese cuisine varies quite a lot from region to region, so we want to make the most of each one while we’re there!! There was steaming hot bowls of pho, skewers of all kinds of different meats and veg that you select from a ...
First Exploration of Community Pharmacies
Today I went for a walk with Phuong who is the coordinator of the ACT3 programme in Ca Mau (which I will be going to in a week). She showed me around the area near the Woolcock institute where we saw two hospitals. One is the military hospital and the other is the lung hospital.
She chose this as around the hospitals is where a lot of pharmacies (or drug stores) are located. She was not wrong! There ...