Blue Moon Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... your legs when you were going down the waterfall it was hard to keep your feet on to the rocks, and once you had gone over the edge you had a face full of water so you couldn't see anything or the guide telling you what to do! Scott had the go pro for this one and the force of the water knocked the camera off his wrist when he fell into the water. Luckily we had the floaty on and it floated to the top, my heart stopped when he told me! The video is funny at ...
Up and out at 7am, we had breakfast at the family restaurant and both went for the Vietnamese noodle soup - we are obsessed. Scott more so than me, especially when having it for breakfast! He claims it's the best breakfast he's ever had! We left about 7.40am so we were twenty minutes early for pick up, god job we left when we did because as we literally walked out of the restaurant the bus pulled up and pointed at us "Dalat Dalat!" What! Where are we!? Who are these ...
... by the falling water, and then checked out a Buddhist temple nearby which had some very large statues in it. Lunch was a roadside jobby which was quite good – BBQ pork, then checking out some more plantations and some houses on the lake (like in the Mekong) before setting up camp in Lak Lake, a little town surrounded by rice paddies and inhabited by a lot of K’ho minority people who live in long houses.
The easy rider guys were ...
... construction and tourist visitors in these little weird rooms.
We visited the summer palace of Bao Dai. It is a building built in 1937 under the dynasty of King Bao Dai...the last king of Vietnam Feudal Court. It is surrounded by beautiful pine trees and French style gardens. The ceilings are huge inside and everything is very old but you can imagine how oppulent this place would have been for the local people who would have generally very very little.
... pool below it. The second jump, however, was 11m and required a fairly fast paced running start in order to clear the jutting out rocks just below to make a smooth entry into the pool below. This jump was not required, but I decided that nothing really had scared me yet today and that I needed to go for it. The height was one thing, but the running and not seeing where you were jumping to was another. So with some serious yelling to get pumped up ...