The Golden Lodge Resort

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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

No, you're Hanoiing!

A travel blog entry by ninjabackpacker on Aug 16, 2014

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... her technique and after 4 rounds both of them are yet to score. The guy seems interested in this funny finger hole malarky and stares us down again. He then takes the lighter ball, which makes him seem taller as he is no longer bent double with the weight. So close, but yet so far. He stood at the end of the lane and sort of just dropped it. Another round of zeroes followed by an abandoned match. Awkward! Feeling good, our time was up so we got lunch at the ...

Laughing Ti Chi

A travel blog entry by worldwandering on Jun 11, 2014

... around to find Longs room and go and get him.

Off we went through town to go and find the place, but what we came upon was an alien abduction. It seems that the entire of Hanoi had been possessed. They were all up and walking around the central lake, felt that I was in an alien film because they were all walking towards us. No cannot explain how weird it is. Long said it has taken 4 years for this exercise programme. We ...

Awesome Street Food

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on Apr 29, 2014

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... the dragons dance, fishing, and the legend of Le Loi (the golden Turtle and the lake). We also appreciated the singers and musicians using traditional Vietnamese instruments. After the performance, we headed over to the Cathedral Square and had dinner on a rooftop restaurant overlooking the Square. Sarah even tried some Vietnamese wine (from Dalang) which wasn’t bad. We then headed back to the hostel to sort out our bags for the next few days as we leave for the ...

Mausoleums and pagodas in busy Hanoi

A travel blog entry by jowhiting on Apr 12, 2014

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... in Vietnam and have been built by artisans from the villages where they are traditionally designed and built. The museum is quite old fashioned but was worth an hour to look around and we had a nice coffee in the cafe.

Ho Van Mieu dates back to the 11th century and was Hanoi's first university. It consisted of lots of tree lined courtyards with ornate gates leading into each one. The temple has altars to Confucius and his disciples and ...

Next stop Vietnam

A travel blog entry by michaelcross on Mar 19, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

... town has several outstanding examples which qualifies it as a UNESCO world heritage town.






The 1hr flight on an ageing ATR turbo prop was fine. However we seemed to have left the sunny hot weather behind. It's still around 22C so much more comfortable but Hanoi was blanketed in a drizzly mist.
Our guide met us in arrivals and introduced himself as Kong - to help remember it we wanted to call him King ...

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Hanoi, Vietnam