Sunway Hotel Hanoi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
... It was really relaxing but complicated, I hope they weren't offended by our giggling. Next up was group massage where we joined on the back of a line of elderly people giving each other massages. Between fits of laughter and yelps of pain we managed to give massages to those in front of us. The elderly man behind me was no taller than five foot, so instead of getting my shoulders would karate chop the top of my bottom instead. The worst was the tiger claws, which ...
... a Bia Hoi street side place. I met this German bloke, he must have been around 50 who worked for a government owned German NGO (shouldn't that be a GO?). He's worked all over the world, and in many ways I think my life might be on a similar course to his. Anyway turns out he worked in Cairo so we had a chat about my new job there and plenty of else aside. We must have talked for at least 2 hours and after he left I met an English guy from Colchester on the next table who ...
... came to stay from Canada for a summer and taught her to read and write in English (something she had never learnt in her own language), which gave her the chance to become a tour guide and earn a lot more money. She started as a guide in Sapa and then got an offer from the Hanoi based company we did our tour with to work for them. In spite of having a husband and small child back in Sapa, Chi now works away from home for 9-10 months of each year and sends back the majority of ...