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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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... just taken a lot of the caves original features away- which is a real shame. It was still amazing though!
We then got back on the boat and went to fishing village (not a lot was happening there) so went back on the boat to then park up and finally get in the water. We were jumping off the boat which had 3 levels- this was wicked and was a good laugh. I even went from the top deck a few times which felt really high but was probably only 5/6 metres high. We then kyacked and had a ...
... to take the plunge, and introduce myself. Also it helps that the girl looked friendly. Her name is Diana (something else in Spanish, which I couldn't pronounce) and she is from Columbia. She has been working in London for six years now, and hates the weather there (who doesn't?). :) She has taken five weeks off and is basically doing the same places as me (except the Thailand islands) but in a whirlwind fashion, and in anti-clockwise fashion (vs my clockwise). She stays at a ...
In the early hours of the morning, Suze's friends from back home arrived at our hostel and checked into the room next to door to us. We awoke to a message to say they were next door and Susannah was very excited to go and see them (obviously after travelling around Australia and New Zealand with them). She was up and at it by 10:30am and left me to it. By 11:30am she still hadn't returned, so I ...
... the history and mythology of the place and told us most Vietnamese have no religion as such but worship their ancestors. She told us mythology recalls the story of the sword in the lake, where a hand offers the sword to the people to defeat their enemies, I wonder where we have heard of a similar event. We visited a legendary coffee shop called 13. This place was basically a hole in the wall with a long passageway leading ...
... room for an hour and a half lie down. Edd decided to get his hair cut at a barber across the road and I went upstairs to blog; he sent me a message 30 minutes later asking me to come down and veto his new do, so I made my way to the barber to assess the situation. After instructing the man in question to cut the right side of his fringe to match the left (it was 2 cm's longer) I went back upstairs to get ready for the evenings entertainment: the water puppet ...