Van Hai Hotel
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... they are putting three people to a room when everyone is in pairs, i mean i've been put with a couple on their feckin honeymoon". He goes on and is explaining that people have paid different prices for this trip and most are meant to be on a nicer boat (Jack and I included - but we don't care, look where we are!) It's still kicking off but the kayaks are here. Jack and I are getting in one whilst the others sort things out. This is so bliss, kayaking around in sunset. The ...
Day 7 We started our morning out in Halong Bay with a 5 hour boat ride. Normally thetwinsontour would approach such an endeavor with trepidation. (I love when I use big words.) Today, however, we recognized what this day really was: selfie - palooza. I cannot even begin to describe the number of selfies I took. And who can blame me? I looked a-maz-ing. Ho ho he he he. It was a scenic boat tour of the bay. I think it was the Gulf of Tonkin. There are these ...
... unaffected by the sight of tourists. We got a night but to Hanoi and changed straight away to get the bus, then a boat, then another bus to Halong bay, very excited to see the world famous national park with its lush green jungle and relax on the beautiful beaches. When we were on Cat Ba Island, the biggest in Halong bay, the bus drove us from the boat dock on the north of the island to the main town in the south. The drive was stunning, with views from the ...
... problem, we were given nets and asked to pick up rubbish along our paddle. Once back at the boat, we all jumped in for a swim. It must have been about 26 degrees, my kind of swimming water! Dinner was again a massive spread: green salad, prawns with lemongrass, honey glazed chicken, fried spring rolls (which we made ourselves after a demonstration from the chef), fried mackerel on a hot plate, steamed carrots and green looking veg that's apparently good for your skin, rice and ...
... to stay with them if we ever travel to Australia (Australia, anyone?). After dark, the girls fished for squid, unsuccessfully, even though we could see them swimming around in the water close by. They nevertheless enjoyed the experience.
The next morning, we cruised to Sung Sot Cave, the largest one in Halong Bay. It was impressive and striking. Unfortunately, the rain came back so were unable to partake in the rest of the itinerary on the cruise ...