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Putting our alarm on for 5:20 to wake up and watch the sunrise, our great view was covered in clouds, so it was back to bed. Sleeping in till 8:30 we got up and rode our bikes to breakfast. The buffet was consisted of everything from fresh fruits to noodle soup and pizza. The rest of the morning was spent laying by the pool and organising tours to do in Hue. 3 o'clock came and it was time for our massages which were amazing. While we were lying on our tables a big thunderstorm ...
... we didn't find anything we liked so we got dropped off at our Hotel - DK's although they only have private rooms no dorms. We got showered after we checked in then went downstairs for lady's night where we got free sangria and the boys dressed up as women. Me and Sophie stayed at the hostel as we were knackered and Charlotte went out with some guys from the Castaway tour she did in Hanoi.
Total Budget - 476,000!
Lunch - 40,000
Dinner - 172,000
Hotel - 264,000
... shaped noodles topped with a shrimp crumble thing with "watery grease"! It was super tasty, but very filling. Being so ridiculously hot and humid I couldn't face walking any further so I headed back for another snooze. I actually feel like I've got a bit of a cold, I have a sore throat and felt a little feverish yesterday. By 6ish yesterday I was just feeling generally **** and a little in need of comfort food. So, despite my moaning about what ...
... for the results of his blood test) I joined the tour group for lunch - then on to the Imperial Citadel - an area of 5 square klms-( 20 acres) and dominates the city. It was modelled on China's Forbidden City - this one is called The Forbidden Purple City. It was built for the Imperial family, concubines and eunuchs. It was extensively damaged in the Vietnam war - and is currently being restored ( though I think it will ...
... suffered during the war. It is not a happy place, but I thought learning more about this area made my stay much more worthwhile for me.
After the longer stay at the old border we were back on the road - and while I enjoyed the rain cover free time I was in the bags again, as it started to rain again – the sky remained grey. Initially we continued driving along the highway, but soon turned off and were on a smaller road, passing some little villages, and soon we ...