Sunrise Hotel - 9 Hang Mam
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We had requested the tour manager to wake us for sun rise but only if the weather was good. I ended up waking 05:30 anyway and the call never came because the skies were overcast. I decided to go out and take some photos anyway and was soon joined by Daisy. There were only a couple of other people up on the sundeck with us, and we just hung around until it was time for the Tai Chi class which was conducted by a young ...
... door (so we can drag James out of bed). After checking in we borrowed a couple of brollies, donned raincoats, and headed up to the Old Quarter. The place is so busy, and in the evening with the street and car lights on, and horns beeping all over the place, it is a sight to behold. It is really important to understand the rules of crossing the road, which are ... well basically there are none. You just have to go for it. It is obviously a ...
... display basically argued that the treatment of the American prisoners was entirely humane. It included information about the living arrangements for the Americans which included adequate healthcare, abundant social interaction, and the ability to participate in physical activities and religious celebrations. I am not sure if anyone reading this has knowledge about John McCain's experience in the prison camp, but it included torture by the Vietnamese and horrible ...
... I was able to join in on the fun. I think I spent an hour and half with them? That was perhaps the best part of the my first day here. Just having this interaction relaxed me; kids are generally pretty relaxed and goofy and this aligns with my personality perfectly.But, there was also a minor dilemma that occurred in this experience.
I had taken plenty of pictures in Hanoi at this point, mostly of infrastructure that I found ...
... approx. 100m of a widened tunnel and said it was very hot, I passed on the idea. Lots of B52 bomb craters everywhere. 360kg of chemicals were dropped on the area. 85g is sufficient to kill 8 million people! Finished off with a lovely looking lunch, however my tummy was not great so didn't risk eating anything. Back on the boat, then a relax by the pool until our flight to Siem Reap. Arrived at the airport to find flight had ...