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Hanoi

We arrived in Hanoi. It's a mild 32 degrees and humid. Mum is freaking out about everything, but I see potential for her to calm down. It's about 6.30pm now, so we are about to work out where to dine for our first dinner here. I'll try to convince people to go to the Boddha cafe, which is a little over 2 blocks from our Hotel now. Tomorrow I shall write a proper entry, and possibly upload a photo or two.

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chalk said…
Yay for Hanoi! You remember the runs diaries? And the princess diaries? I want to see some Mums diaries this time. Or some family cam . . . just a loving family of nine making scenes in a foreign country - it'll be great!

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