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... well to good nutrition and various therapies, while facilities and programs are constantly improved and refined to best meet their needs. Back to our trip.... As this was my fourth time here, I really didn't expect very much difference from my last trips. The difference was I was there with other American AO survivors, and the director of the village was supportive in allowing us to spend time with the residents and not just zip though a facility tour. It included ...
... three times the same night!! The second day in Hanoi was spent walking around the old quarter and a city lake. Nice and relaxing and we also went to the cinema to watch Godzilla...I was shocked to find out that the bill came to 10 euros for two cinema tickets, two large cokes and two large popcorns!! But do you know the best thing about Vietnam? NO TUK-TUKS!!!:))) It's all proper taxis. Tuk-tuks are great but it's the annoyance of the drivers bugging you all ...
... off and went back to the deck where there were suddenly twice as many people.Apparently, another boat had hooked onto ours and people were told to move boats. Everyone was bemused and no one really understood where they were staying or what was going on. Some people just wanted to get to an island, others were on cruises. It was all very confusing but we all took it in good humour.
We all decided to make the most of it had spent the ...
... any more information, we went for an excellent Easter curry at Namaste. Our walk back around Hoan Kiem lake took us past the Water Puppet theatre, and we were just in time to catch the 8pm show. Puppeteers hidden behind a curtain articulated a variety of wooden puppets on a stage filled with water, and acted out Vietnamese legend to the accompaniment of a traditional orchestra. This was a bizarre but enjoyable end to the ...
We arrive in Vietnam a little earlier than planned (though still late at night) and the visa on arrival process – which Linda has been a bit sceptical about – works really smoothly. Indeed, we avoid all the immigration and baggage queues, meaning once it's sorted we breeze through, collect our bags, and we’re straight into a waiting car to take us into downtown Hanoi. The journey is interesting, but not as mad as we remember Saigon when we were here ...
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