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Travel Blogs from Hanoi
... to us. The woman who looked after me when I was sick in Dalat will always have a special place in my mind. Some areas of the country do feel tainted by tourism, but it's a catch 22 as it's always the most beautiful places that are affected, making the tourist footprint hard to avoid sometimes. Halong Bay and Sapa were, I'm sure, as genuine places as they come before tourism began, and now it feels as though the sole aim of the region is tourism, making it feel like a missed ...
... with the bus company were also rushing us off the bus, literally shouting at us to get a move on. The group of us found taxis and negotiated a reasonable price to our hostel. I went to check the time and my phone wasn’t in my purse. It was still on the bus. I turned around and the bus was gone. I was able to contact the bus company, who had said they searched the bus and found nothing. (This really translates to they found my phone under my blanket and decided ...
... guided by the populace. When meal-time rolled around, we would keep our eyes open for a street stall or small shopfront that seemed to be attracting a local crowd, and then set our bearings in that direction. Although English was very limited amongst vendors in Hanoi, ordering at such establishments typically posed little problem, since most places served just one signature dish, be it Bun Bo Nam Bo, Bun Cai or something equally as unrecognisable, ...
... started by visiting the Imperial City. Much of the city had to be rebuilt due to the war however some of the original buildings survived. The Citadel is a sight to behold and gives an impression of how grand the country probably was before the war destroyed much of its infrastructure. We also visited many of the grand temples, some of which reminded us of National Trust run parks back in the UK and ...
... to find some glue. As soon as we stepped through the door, the security guard saw the flip flop, asked if we needed glue and showed us to it straight away. Nicole could have hugged him!
After lunch, on the way back towards our part of town Nicole suddenly felt quite ill so we stopped for a drink and somewhere to sit down. After a fruit shake she felt better so we continued to the market. It was so busy and crammed with stuff that it really was hard just moving around. ...