Hanoi Venus Hotel
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The nightlife in Hanoi was better than expected although it shuts down at midnight. The owner of the hotel chain we were staying at was a beast (Mr. Thomas) and took us out on the town. We did private room karaoke with his buddies, which was out of hand. haha that beast can really pipe it out. Then we hit up a couple touristy clubs for a short time. Then Mr. T took us for bottle service at this unreal local disco... so fun. Bar shut down at 12 so we went for ...
... glad we went, just so we can say we've seen it! One highlight of Hanoi: street food barbecue! It was awesome! We sat on tiny plastic chairs on the side of the street, scooters in our backs, the train above our heads, rats in the corner and we had the best meal! I wish we had done this more often! The next morning the guys in our group wanted to see the lake into which a B52-bomber crashed during the war. I'm not sure who'd done ...
... isn’t a good idea though…. Larue was a particular favourite.
After a few days in Hanoi catching water-puppet shows (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_pup petry) and flying around the town on the back of motorbike taxis (in true Vietnamese style we both got on the back of one with the driver!) or on the front of cyclo’s, we decided to head off to the mountains of Sapa and do some hiking amongst the hill tribes.
... on. I let it be known that we were onto them, if it wasn't for Di's vigilance i probably would have lost my camera.
We had a nice dinner at New Day restaraunt of Spring Rolls, Chicken & cashews & fried rice with Seafood & returned back to the motel as the close shave with the pick pocketers had turned us off.
The cost of Dinner was around $20
Today was very hot, around 37.
Another great day had come to a close.
... to take your money. Things that haven't changed include the heat and humidity, but it's been cloudy so it hasn't been too bad. Hoan Kiem Lake in the center of the city is still a delightful stroll, and the ice cream (kem) is still cheap and good. Why is it that my twenty word Vietnamese vocabulary consists of eighteen food words? Pho ca (noodle soup with chicken) and bun cha (grilled pork) have both been consumed with chopsticks we purchased shortly after our arrival. I ...