Anh Toan Plaza Hotel
Travel Blogs from Hanoi
... rest of her evil crew. Phewwwwww.
On the illness side of things, I'm recovering and feeling a lot better. I'm still half deaf in my left ear and have to clear my nasal cavity of mucus every two minutes. Other than that I'm pretty good.
I've made reservations at "French Grill" in the Marriott Hotel for tomorrow night and my new dress is waiting for me to wear it, so I'm going on a date by myself!
... is an hour away. We immediately start seeing rice fields and people wearing those traditional Vietnam hats we have become so accustomed to seeing in anything advertised Vietnam. Coming into the city I notice several odd things. First, some of the condo buildings are really narrow, like 10-13 feet wide. That's insane and it looks really weird. However, I'm taller than most people here so I guess they don't need as much space. Second, the traffic ...
... communicated to us through hand gestures and pointing. Although things got abit creepy when we alone and he whispered in my ear that I was beautiful. I took that as a que to make a pretty swift exit! Especially as I was close to buying their two fattened up puppies which they were gunna cook for a dinner :( As the day progressed, the sun was beginning to set, and we were still up high in the mountains still miles from civilisation. At this point Mary Jane was ...
... br> To Judy, thanks so much for being Lauren's bosom buddy. You have such a
sweet spirit and presence about you and we are so grateful that we got
to spend time with you. Good luck as you return home and begin the next
leg of your personal journey!
To John, thanks so much for taking the time to get to know us, for
teaching us not to take anything too seriously, and for reaffirming our
hunch that British humor really is the ...
We were woken to an English girl mistaking our room for hers and when she told us the time we went in to panic mode. "S**t, s**t the alarms not gone off, quick, we are going to miss our flight," and all that jazz. I stuck my hungover head out the window for the whole taxi ride to the airport, holding back my urge to be sick. It was a rush and it shouldn't have happened but we made it to the departure gate in time phew!
Now for the next instalment -China. ...
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