Trung Nam Hai Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... very very annoying when you live here and just want apples. 3. Health and safety is not a thing – I saw an electric man working on the wires in the street and he had attached him self to the wires rather then the pole…he was also wearing flip flops. 4. You don’t need to wear helmets on bikes…. What’s worse is when you see a family of 4 on a bike, the adults have ...
... good friends (Katie and Jons) wedding I will be wearing this :-) eeeekkkkk!
12th July- today was an emotional day. We went to a Vietnam orphanage where they had over 70children - some with disabilities which will shorten their lives considerably. We went there to literally play games and help out. While it was emotional it was really lovely to see the smiles you can put on their faces just through a cuddle and taking them out into the garden.
While walking back to the hostel ...
... but I think that's a lie because no1 saw any jellyfish at all. Think they just don't want us swimming. After Kayaking we shower and have dinner. Rice tastes even worse than before!! But the other foods are a bit better so still hungry but not as bad. This time sat with the English couple. Then have a nice relaxing sit on top of the boat looking at the full moon and stars having some deep convos. Went to bed about 9 as got to be up early and been a long ...
... quiet, the relaxation only slightly marred by a continual noise of (not insects this time but ironically real) chainsaws. This has been a slight theme to our beach stays in Vietnam and can only assume it is symptomatic of staying in an area where tourism is rapidly developing and expanding.
A relaxed night on the island, back on the boat, back on the crowded bus and we were back in Hanoi. Quick dinner before boarding the suprisingly luxurious night train to Huế.
... only about three to four months if used continually, so puppet production provides several villagers outside Hanoi with a full-time livelihood.
Eleven puppeteers, each trained for a minimum of three years, are involved in the performance. The puppeteers stand in the water behind a bamboo screen and have traditionally suffered from a host of water-borne diseases - these days they wear waders to avoid this ...