Ai Nghia Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAi Nghia Hotel Dalat
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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The weather in Da Lat was completely rubbish and drizzly, so we decided against renting a scooter like we originally planned and just headed out for a walk around town after stopping for a really yummy cookies and cream shake (and a typically tiny coffee for Daz).
The main attraction of Da Lat is the Crazy House (aka Hang Nga Guesthouse), which is an actual house (that Dang Viet Nga, the ...
... creature. We were under the thatched roofy bit of the bar, and it hasn't rained all, yet she was getting dripped on. Looking up into a little tree we saw this bug. I hope nothing went into her drink! After that we packed and went to bed. Today we hopped on a incredibly cramped bus and made our way down a dodgy but beautiful road to Dalat. It's quite cool here which is lovely. Only 22°! From the rooftop of the hostel we can see the Eiffel Tower. Time for a shower now I ...
I woke before my wake up call and had a quick breakfast and cup of tea. I paid up for my stay and walked to 'Sinh Tourist' round the corner and waited for the bus. The bus was less than half full so we all had space and had a pleasant trip (the bus is modern with A/C). I was impressed on arrival in Dalat as it looks really nice and clean. I walked to the hostel and they allowed me to use their ...
... higher prices it just showed once again that this kind of street food cannot be beaten for value and taste.
After dinner I went obviously back to the Escape bar, and in addition of Reyman there was a local girl singing as well. She was very good as well, and it was nice to see even more different singers performing on stage once again. Two Vietnamese tourists joined the stage as well, and one showed that Curtis was not the only one who can play the harmonica very well. ...
... bigger rooms to accommodate more guests.
After a quick rest, I walked to town to find a place to eat. The Paris Inn owner recommended Nam An's resto at 4C Nguyen Van Cu street. The restaurant was easy to find and the streets there were not as crazy as SaiGon. The place was clean and had a similar look to a US fast food store. I ordered a chicken salad (Thit Ga xe phay) and seafood fried rice and a SaiGon's beer. The drink came quick but ...