Blue Moon Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... of agricultural production (flower, coffee, vegetables), a close look at all steps in silk production and a small rice craft distillery. It was a very interesting day which gave us a perspective on how the country is developing after the war and after the US embargo. It is facinating to see how Vietnam within a short time is developing into a capitalist economy under a communist political ...
... of places to visit round here, but whilst the weather isn't raining then we decide to head for the furthest on away, Elephant Falls. As far as we know, it's just another waterfall but it's nice to have the option to explore so why not? Take a number of wrong turns once out of town, but the roads are decent quality and the views are top so no ones really bothered. After 3 hours, we find the waterfall and it's worth the trek. Pretty spectacular views from the bottom, and ...
... choose the marinated meats we want (beef, ostrich and crocodile) and then we get to cook it ourselves at the table, with rice and vegetables to go with it. It's so tasty and really cheap too. Then he takes us to a pool place where we play a few games and have some beers (I nearly win a game :-)) and then on to a cool bar with live music which is really good. A top night.
... kopcił. Z Betty natomiast wszystko w porządku... na razie.
Naszym pierwszym przystankiem była Chicken Village (Wioska Kurczaków), która była miejscem, gdzie żyje jedno z 53 Wietnamskich plemion (łatwo ją znaleźć, gdyż w wiosce postawiony jest ogromny posąg betonowego kurczaka). W owch wiosksch mniejszości Wietnamskiej nie ma dużo do robienia, jest za to dużo do podziwiania. ...
... br> We continued the tour and visited a silk factory, where we saw step by step how they make silk. Silkworms are fed until they cocoon themselves in silk. This is then boiled before the worm hatches. Once they find the end of the thread they attach it to a big spindle which unravels the silk. The worm does not survive the process but is available at the end of the tour as a snack, which Hania and I both tried... still alive.
The final stop was a rice wine ...