Joseph's Hang Da Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the bridge as it has deteriorated! There is a new bridge for cars. It got hotter and hotter as the morning wore on. We came back to the hotel via the markets, just huge and I wonder how they all sell their wares when they have so much stock, but then, there are a lot of people around! I bought some thongs as I had left mine at home and I thought I would really need some out on the Bay. It started ...
... that they had left for us! We've had such a fun time with everyone and decided we'd write them a pretty good email during breakfast to make sure they knew we were sad we missed them (below)!
Dearest friends (now family :))
We're so grateful for the amazing time we've been able to share and
spend with each of you. We're so sorry we missed eachother this
morning! We came in late last night and ran up to Chaiya's note to see ...
... so queued up like everyone else. We had already checked in online so supposedly only had to go to the document check counter to have our visa checked & drop our bags. Of course, the guy working that counter was late for work that day, very late, & then without even looking at our documents told us to go to the check in counter - another long line. Finally we were off to our ...
... on our side as we got those exact seats!! Woooo!!! Just coming to terms with no leg or head room in the cave of the bus, into the cave hopped the German! Lauren was speaking to him throughout the taxi ride, and he seemed ok, nice guy but could be a little irritating after an hour or two (let alone 23.5hrs it ended up being!!!) We both agreed (at the time) that he was properly the best opinion over anyone else on the bus to share the cave with us! How wrong we ...
... leopard print anyone?). It was quite the experience to be measured to within an inch of your life and then to have a custom garment built around you. What remains to be seen is whether we will fit into them on our return to the UK, pot-USA Man v Food-fest.
Apart from suit fittings, Hoi An was generally a place to recharge our batteries after the chaos of HCMC. Emma managed to track down one puppy, which was usually asleep and one funny little chihuahua ...