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... had an awesome group of people on our tour. We had a guide from one of the local villages who was excellent and looked after us well and made the trip really. Saw some rice plantations although not sewn as the time of year was between crops, we learnt about how the villagers live and work and all the local traditions, clothing and general way of life...really interesting. It was then the lunar New Year's Eve so we decided it was only right to join in with the ...
... learn as much Vietnamese as I would have liked. It's such a hard language to master because there are six different 'tones' that can be applied to each vowel, for example some go up (like a question) or down, then there's one which goes up and wobbles around, down and wobbles, and one that is static. So even saying the most basic of things like hello - "sin jow" if said with the wrong tones can mean something along the lines of "I would like some ...
... through some small back streets. We had a pretty good night out with a long walk home, although it felt worth it having met some great people to make plans with the following night.
The next morning we decided to take in some of the museums in the city, and went to explore. We first visited Hoan Kiem Lake, which is in the centre of the Old Quarter of the City and is a major focal point with a lot of historical importance to the locals. According to the ...
... to wherever it's going to take us. We didn't care, with no map in our hands, we just carried on driving ahead of us.
It turned out to be another positively accomplished day for us.
We started on rough. Since I want to learn how to drive a motorbike, we kept on looking for a quiet streets in order for me to learn in peas.
At some point we thought we spotted a good place, so we took of the main road. The mean smile of the dog that welcomed us saying in his ...
Literally don't know where to start with today!! So we booked on to a bike ride with a Vietnamese girl who calls herself 'Zoom Zoom' - she promised to show us the 'hidden' Vietnam, taking us off the beaten track and show us things most other tourists probably wouldn't as most people head to the main sights and that's that. We started the journey on our bikes through chaotic Hanoi, we were a bit dubious about cycling in the traffic at first but it actually wasn't ...
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