Star View Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sleeper overnight train. That will be fun. After this we parted and began our tour for the day. First stop was the Ethnology museum. Much like the one in Luang Prabang, only ten times bigger, this gave us a good insight into the cultures and people of Vietnam. In total there are 54 separate people's who live and work together. Each having their own local traditions and dialect. The exhibitions also went on to show some of the styles of clothes they wear and ...
... flights to Hanoi), I made my way to Changsha Airport ridiculously early even by my standards. I arrived and luckily my flight was still running, but this lead to an inevitable period of 5 hours of thumb twiddling. The flight to Guangzhou was quite bearable, read a few chapters of A Game of Thrones and did nothing else. Despite another Gentleman from Kenya, I was the only foreigner on the flight. The Chinese around me had clearly never been on a ...
... we saw the Governor of America's pilot outfit. His name was . I thought this jail was interesting and if you stop by Hanoi, make sure to go to the not-so-Hilton-like-jail!
Even though it sounds like a pile of trash, the junk is actually a boat. It was not the kind of boat that you might think of. If I said it was a sail-boat, you would get a false image of a nice, clean looking boat with a regular sail. But actually, it was an old-looking boat that ...
... Vietnam. The first two certainly held up their end of the bargain so I was maybe even more excited to score a hat trick (oupps my Canadian roots sneaking out again). After meeting three guys and us finding the hostel I had meant to check into (hanoi backpackers hostel) I was pleasantly surprised that my half asleep choice ended up paying off. As I was only paying $4 a night and had all the same amenities with the addition of it being much quieter. So I could use HBH for booking ...
... as tomorrow night we actually do need to move to the dorm because the hotel is already fully booked. We mentioned the dirty sheets so hopefully they'll give em a wash... Ergh.
On a positive note, thanks to the rain we decided to go out and find a cute café to sit in all day. We ended up in The Hanoi Social Club, a nice edgy-ish-veggie-vegan-lgbt-friendly-acc eptingofeverything cafe just west of Hoan Kiem ...