Cosiana Hotel Hanoi
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- Continental Breakfast
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... is well laid out and only of moderate size. It gives you an idea of the diversity of this country. There are 54 separate tribes, each with a different language, tradition and culture. A video of one tribe's funeral tradition was a surprise. Burial and a headstone - how very Catholic. Also a surprise to me was that the Black Hmong only settled in Sapa from the late 19th / early 20th century, while the Red Hmong / Dzao arrived in the 13th ...
... would be at my Grandads and would be ready soon to Skype so up I got and dressed ready for the Skype with my family. It was so nice to see everyone and talk to them after so long, especially to my Grandad who, bless him, kept putting his fingers over the camera so half the time I couldn't see him, only hear him. As it was before Christmas lunch I only chatted for a while before we decided it would be better to try again after eating. When we got back on I got passed around ...
After we arrived at the airport in bangkok we had a pretty long wait for our flight the following morning... I'm sure as most of you have seen that I got my head down where I could for some much needed sleep whilst Jen kept the entire terminal awake face timing her family! A few hours later I decided to have a look at the departure board to see if check-in had opened for our flight so we could get rid of our packs. Staring at the board for a minute...Was I ...
... we would get a cab to the Old Quarter, as we knew that's where the hotel was located. Found a restaurant that we thought could be around there and hired a cab driver to take us to the restaurant. As luck would have it, the restaurant is one of those listed “as you don’t want to miss” and we had a very nice lunch. The manager was very helpful and looked up the number for the ...
... prefer the cool clear air of the mountains. Well, Malaysia is certainly going to be an adventure!
Finally got to the hostel that I'd found, different than the one I'd stayed at before. This one is in a bit more central location - I can actually see the towers of the Cathedral just a few blocks down from the balcony of the dorm room. I'm on the sixth floor, but there's an elevator! And a 'bar' with tables that aren't little bar tables where I can sit and ...