Avi Airport Hotel
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... that the gilding was completed in 1995 and from our observations was in need of a fresh coat. The stupa was dulled from long-term exposure to sunlight and smeared with black soot, no doubt a side effect of the pollution that accompanies any major city. As with the road to Buddha Park yesterday, it surprised us that such a major tourist attraction in the capital hadn't been invested in but then, we are on the other side of the world and their priorities ...
... photographers so we went along on the Friday morning to find out more information.
Vietnam is a nuptials -lovin nation, with more wedding-dress shops per capita than any other country (probably). What I didn't know until I went into one of these shops myself is that they're not actually wedding-dress shops, they're Bride Factories. You don't go in there to buy a wedding dress, you go in there to come out a perfectly-packaged bride. The dresses are only the ...
... which I did not dispute, and asked if he was police or army. Knew the answer but did not want him to think I was scurrying away. Bought a little something on the way out, for my last bit of haggling. 20% off the original price! which is not too bad for one thing and cheap to start with. Haggling with men needs different tactics than with women. Always look happy at the end, and all is ...
... we seen” from the huge list of logos filling one wall. We decided that the live band the following night might be more to our tastes, and retired to the hotel.
Just in time, as it turned out, as this evening’s thunderstorm was served with a side of driving rain. It lasted all night, and presumably eased the police’s unenviable task of clearing the bikes from Hanoi’s old quarter to create a pedestrianised ...
... ritual performed by the soldiers guarding the mausoleum (they appear to be laying wreaths in an oddly formal way). Then we head inside (where the AC is fairy brutal!) and soon shuffle past the tomb of Ho Chi Minh, peering through the glass coffin at the waxlike corpse inside and all the while trying to avoid annoying the highly formal guards in the tomb. Then we’re out again. Vin decides to collect his bag, then we realise the only way back is through ...