Ai Nghia Hotel
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What LP says: Dalat is quite different from anywhere else you’ll visit in Vietnam. You would almost be forgiven for thinking you’d stumbled into the French Alps in springtime. This was certainly how the former colonists treated it – escaping to their chalets to enjoy the cooler climate. The French feel is compounded by a radio …
Today I left Nha Trang in a 1/2 empty 35 seater bus (and he used the aircon almost the whole way!).
I met a girl from the USA called Min who has been travelling for 8 months (spent 5 months in New Zealand and some time in Australia).
The bus took about 6 hours which is normally a 4-5 hour ride as we stopped for lunch on the way. …
woke up early enough at Lak Lake to go for a short walk around the
lakeside. We took heaps of photos of incredibly cliché cute farm and
fishing scenes throughout the day. We seemed to do quite a lot of
driving today, and the road was very badly potholed at times. Things
of interest today included: a new hydro dam, a …
20th - 23rd April The first real day in Dalat me Sam and Jack the guy we met in Mui Ne (he met us here yesterday) had booked a countryside tour with a local crew of motorbike riders called the ''Dalat Easy Riders''. My tour guide was called Bien, he was such a laugh. He had this so called full proof plan that had never failed to pull a girl. He …
20th - 23rd 20th The bus to Dalat was a little late this morning and was not the usual air conditioned coach that we had become accostomed to, instead it was a fairly small minibus. The journey up to Dalat (a small city 1500m up in the mountains) took about 4 hours and we felt every miunute of it due to the appauling condition of the mountain road …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Budget hotel near the Easy Riders base. Large rooms with fans and bathrooms. For the money, it's fine but don't expect it to be luxurious - not that you should be expecting it at $10 a night. Good for a few nights as a base to explore Dalat if you are on a budget.
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