Blue Moon Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Dalat
... so I got up to have a look. The back of both hands were red and blotchy and the palms were white with all the creases delineated very neatly in red. What to do when your hands look like the **** end of the earth? I went to my medicine chest and the only cream I had was for hemorrhoids so I smeared that on my hands and folks, it worked a treat.
Went to diiner a few doors down from hotel. Cafe packed with very noisy Vietnamese guys ...
... city. While we were in mui ne we met a lovely girl call Emmy, she lives in Melbourne but is originally from Ho Chi Minh City and invited us out for food, we accepted and although we don't know what was in every dish we have it a go! We met up with her the following night after our day trip to the tunnels. We really enjoyed the day and although you know what happened there you don't realise there are still bomb craters and traps and unexploded bombs still being found, a little too ...
... boat through the mangroves which was beautifully serene and amazing. Next stop was some horrendous local singing/ theatre not really sure, but most certainly not in tune. We then headed back. That night we went into town and had a phenomenal meal. In the park we were approached by several young Vietnamese and Georgia got a fan ...
... the bikes. On the way back (me on the back of my bike with Dom driving) this Vietnamese prick undertook me and Dom on a left turn and knocked us from the bike. I was lightly scratched and Dom came off ever so slightly worse. The bike was a bit torn up as well and the back light broke. When we met up with Jack this Vietnamese guy showed us a motel and took me and jack out for dinner. It's been a long hard day but ...
... to the mountains and we were dropped off on the side of the road. First of all we made our way down the side of the mountain to a section of trees where they taught us everything we needed to know about abseiling. We all got to try a couple of times before we were ready to go. We then followed the path down towards the valley where we came to the first abseil. It was a dry wall about 18m high and there was a group just ahead of us so we had to wait for a little while until they were done. ...