Travel Blogs from Hanoi
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... Bonus! The booking of the cruise took much longer than expected resulting in the bamboo chair prints being engraved in our legs.
After this we dropped the paperwork off at the hotel and headed out. With a map in hand we started walking. Once again the Old Quarter was manic. Everything from North Face coats to fresh meat was being sold. Eventually the road opened out to present a ...
The Hang Nga Guest House in Dalat, Vietnam is a truly amazing place. Hang Nga, the architect and proprietor, is PhD graduate of Moscow State University, and you can certainly see a little bit of Russian influence in parts of one of the sides of the house. Most of the house, however, defies classification. Most people like it in Vietnam tour.
This swirling ...
... lunch with all sorts of fish dishes. There are 18 tourists (including us) on the boat but we haven’t got time to talk to them. Our kids need constant attention otherwise it’s another argument and another fight. We are seriously questioning the purpose of this trip. The bay is lovely, lots of steep green mountains rising from the sea. Although there are lots of other boats, it doesn’t ruin the scenery. We visit a big cave that has some importance ...
Blimey O'Reilly – has it been that long since my last entry, again?
I can’t believe that I spent so long in Vietnam, it really does feel like it’s only been a week. Actually, it was three.
After the brief but memorable trip to the Mekong Delta, we headed back to Ho Chi Minh. It feels odd calling it that now that I recognise it more as a bloke’s name than a city.
We took in the War Museum ...