Original Binh Duong IV
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... from surrounding trees. This was a much nicer Emporer, who was anti French and cared more for the Vietnamese people.
From here we stopped off at a shop to try our hand at making incense sticks - not sure that ours made the grade!! It was then on to the Thien Mu Pagoda.
Here it was heaving with tourists but there were also many local Buddhists praying in the surrounding temples. We glimpsed life for the little boys and young men who come to live ...
... with this and walked away munching the goodness. Least we could do. We then finished up, paid the bill and made our way back to Hue. The bikes needed returning by 2pm. It took 1 hour 20 to get back, with a few stops for photos. Back to the hotel to get out of our sweaty clothes and we went for some lunch. We had intended to go back to Ghecko for another 80p sandwich. Unfortunately the area was suffering power cuts, so they had closed for the ...
... until 06:00 was not great, especially as there wasn't a single vehicle to be seen. This on top of a minimal amount of sleep was not great. Easy Tiger (my hostel in Phong Nha) had prepared a packed breakfast for me but this consisted of a small roll of bread and a bag of honey, not a jar or a container. A bag of honey which was seeping through. The bus eventually arrived and I was on my way. As it was morning, I could actually look out of the window for once, which made a nice ...
... to get the last table for two as the place is heaving. We are greeted by the Italian owner and are presented with two complimentary glasses of sparkling wine and a bread board with balsamic dip, parmesan, pate and roasted garlic. We could feel a special meal coming, so decided to go for it and whack it all on the card. We ordered a litre of South African chenin blanc in a carafe. For starter I had aubergine stuffed with goats cheese and a tomato sauce, Nick had ravioli stuffed ...
... Huong River. A welcomed change from our small cabin in the cruise ship. The next day was the first time on this trip that weather dramatically affected our travel plans. We experienced a 'Mini Typhoon' in Hue. We woke up to pouring rain, high winds and thick fog. This weather persisted for the duration of the day and into the night. At noon, we got tired of trying to wait out the heavy rain in the hotel and decided to take a walk ...