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... at the breakfast table, she definitely looked worse for wear. Maybe I did too. Anyway, we had made plans to go see the Citadel together, but she wanted to just stay in the hostel. Her bus was at 5 pm, so she had the entire day to kill. So, I went to the Citadel by myself. The plan was to complete the Citadel by lunch time, and so avoid the worst of the heat. Well, unfortunately the worst of the heat starts early, so it was already pretty bad by the time I left. The ...
... decided to abstain from food for 24 hours because of the volume of courses offered wherever we dine and to be frank I'm just not hungry.
After lunch we head for a Buddhist pagoda and learn more about the Buddhist way of life and how different types are practiced in the north to the south. Here we say goodbye to our fleet of motor-scooters.
Temperatures have rocketed close to 40 degrees with 100% humidity and it's slowing the group down. I decide to sit in the ...
... to rain. Grrrr. Thought we had seen the last of it. The waitress was telling us apparently any weather that Hanoi gets they get 2 days later. Hopefully that isn't actually the case! Back to the hotel and I had a quick chat with one of the porters while Helen thumbed through the DVD collection. Lego Movie and Cloudy with Meatballs 2 chosen. We retired to watch them and catch up on some diary/blog writing. Picked up our laundry at 9 then straight to bed. ...
... Although young and 75% destroyed by the American B52's it looks a lot older due to the climate. High humidity and Asian lack of repair and maintenance does it no good.
An organised trip in the afternoon taking us to the Imperial Citadel, ...
... while we had lunch. Our guide asked us where we were staying, as a drop-off at our hotels were included. No one knew it - but it was a great extra.
The last part of the journey took us first through Danag (with some further explanation of our guide), and around 45 minutes later we finally arrived in Hoi An, which concluded my adventure in the Hue region, and the next one started.
Overall, I must admit it was actually a nice way to travel ...