Blue Moon Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Babysitting service
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Travel Blogs from Dalat
... a waterfall hits you, then you're lowering yourself into it until the rope runs out and you drop straight into an area of Rapids which sucks you under and spins you round before spitting you out... The clue was in the name!
With a huge sense of personal accomplishment, the journey back to town was a time to meet some more new friends who we were to meet again a few times at later dates; a great end to a soul-enriching, if not slightly terrifying, ...
... The locals all greet me with smiles, and the children run to me to say hello, give me high fives, and touch my white skin (which silly me, I thought was slightly tanned! Haha) in the middle of town there is exactly that - a giant chicken! Though you can see on the back of the legs that there are spikes sticking out, this all leads back to a huge legend and why the vial,he is the way it is, even to this day!
A woman was trying to marry a man, ...
At the top we enjoy a drink after our hard work and we use the "Happy Room" (toilet) ...which really doesn't make me feel too happy but when you need to go...you need to go!
We are taken to a very popular local Vietnamese restaurant for lunch where I have Tam Rang Me (huge shrimp in tamarin sauce with rice) and Darren had something similar. We notice how this place is very popular for the Russian tourists and how they have a sense of authority ...
... pretty pumped for the day ahead. First abseil around 18m followed by a 3m cliff jump. Trek for a little bit further and then take on the 2nd which is a similar height. Next up, the hardest abseil of the day. At 25m and with a constant heavy flow of water, this is pretty daunting. I offer to go first and head into the unknown. The barrage of water in the face make it's pretty difficult to ...
... Eventually we made it to the top of Peak one, the view of Dalat was worth the hard work. The second peak was pretty easy and only took us 30 minutes to reach... then for the big one. The first section was relatively easy as it wasn't too steep and we were still in the pines. But the last kilometre was hell as it turned to hot humid jungle and the ground turned wet and muddy. It didnt get any easier as the last 500 meters were near vertical, we had to make our ...