Travel Blogs from Hanoi
... for the water puppet show - so timely. The water puppet show was very unique, showing the story of Vietnamese people through puppets in the water. It was very entertaining. Back to our luxury coach on our return, and it started to pour once again. It felt a little like returning home as we returned to the May De Ville Hotel, enjoyed a swim and a light dinner in our room, catching up with emails, etc as we haven't had ...
... and consistent in life as time. It marches on regardless of location or season, regardless of pleadings or panderings, and yet, with a camera in your hands, you're able to freeze something that can't be frozen, you can capture seemingly ordinary uninteresting moments of existence and within those simple moments find what makes the world go round. Photography, then, is one of the most important endeavors because it seeks to capture and document the workings ...
... off the boat for squid (again no luck except i netted a tiny fish), went kayaking through the islands and went to an oyster pearl farm. When kayaking Brian and I went through a tunnel cave through one that just fit the kayaks size, awesome. But again just the scenery and wonder of the world that it is was amazing to see. We are now back to Hanoi, will be here a few more days before we fly out ...
... was put in the corner with my bag wedged between my legs. The 12 seater soon became a the playing field for Tetris, there were over 25 people plus luggage, and although I am occasionally mistaken for being of an Asian origin, I was the only non-Vietnamese person in sight. Despite communication being limited to pointing at a map and the very questionable road rules, I made it to my hostel - ...
... We had dinner at Little Hanoi and the girls enjoyed a traditional Vietnamese dinner of Spaghetti Bolognaise!?!? After dinner we enjoyed an ice cream near Sword Lake with the locals. The city comes alive in the evening with many locals coming out to enjoy dinner and the cooler night air.
Tomorrow we will take a tour around Hanoi with Vietnamese University students that want to improve their English.
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsVesna Hotel Hanoi
Warm and friendly staff, who are very keen to make a good impression.
Hotel is clean and room was more like a suite. Breakfast a little disappointing.
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