Sunway Hotel Hanoi
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Our guide for the day was Tiem or Mr T. It took nearly an hour to pick up all the passengers from the different hotels but I didn't mind, it was just fascinating watching the people of this busy city. 6.5 million people live in Vietnam's second largest city Hanoi, and most of them seem to own mopeds - a theme we found duplicated throughout our …
We spent the morning in Luang Prabang for the last time. New Year celebrations were beginning, although we would miss them and flags were festooned all over the town. As part of the festivities water is thrown over non suspecting drivers and pedestrians by children as this is also known as the Water Festival and it is a sign of respect. In the hot …
They say living abroad is like a W: you start at a peak with amplified excitement at the novelty and opportunities that lay ahead. You're an ambitious go-getter; nothing stands in your way of seeing, doing, and learning. After some time, the excitement fades into frustration. Language barriers, inconveniences, and, in my case, food poisoning, bring you down. These pass or evolve into the norm and you eventually reach a level of comfort. The ups and downs end in a peak, where ...
... backpackers and before we
knew if we were swept up in the madness. We spent the night drinking the cheap draft beer sitting on plastic kiddies stools out on the streets until 12pm when the police drove through and enforced the curfew. We moved from bar to bar with the crowd as each one was closed down as the police approached. Not ready for the night to be over we stayed with the group ...
... I was on my first train pulling into here at the end of January that by the end of April, I'd be moving here. But you never know what life has to offer. So my advice? Book that flight, get on that train, enter that cave-- whatever it is you might feel yourself being called to try: try it! There's not much to lose. If it doesn't work, you can turn around and go home with your head held high knowing that at least you gave it a shot. I'm glad I took my ...