Cam Do Hotel

81 Phan Dinh Phung Street, Dalat, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 81 Phan Dinh Phung Street, Dalat.
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    Travel Blogs from Dalat

    Mui Ne to Dalat

    A travel blog entry by benjie.jackson on Jul 13, 2014

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    ... some beef soup. Our waitresses were so lovely and after much difficulty we managed to tell them that we were from England, not New York! To our surprise an English couple walked into the café and we got chatting, they were headed towards Dalat and throughout the rest of the journey it would be a cat and mouse escapade. The landscape was breathtaking. Despite having experienced beautiful scenery along the ocean road over the last ...

    Secret tour of Da Lat

    A travel blog entry by rhianstravels on Jul 03, 2014

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    ... of different fruits, most from the trees in his back garden and had lunch in the temple his sister lives in (who is a nun). We were then shown into a family's home (hut) from the village who were shocked to see so many westerners but seemed as interested in us as we were in them! We tried some of their staple food, rice and chilli-ginger paste, which turned out to be rat paste!! They had 5 daughters in the family, but they could only afford for two of ...

    Easy Rider - Dalat

    A travel blog entry by eddieandlaura on May 26, 2014

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    The bus from Ho Chi Minh to Dalat departed at 11:30 PM and was meant to take 8-9 hours.
    We all got into our positions and tried to sleep as much as we could, for me I had the worse sleep as whenever the driver had to stop, all the bloody lights would turn on and all the locals didn't really care so would talk as loud as they wanted, just had to put up with it. In the end the bus only took 6 hours and we were woken ...

    Canyoning, Mama and The National Anthem

    A travel blog entry by nicoleslg on May 16, 2014

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    ... to mop my brow and bring me bacon sandwiches (usually my Mum's job). I wallowed in self pity for 5 hours and when we finally arrived in Dalat, we attempted to hunt down our hostel. Hostel is an extremely broad term for this place, a lady had essentially put some bunk beds in every room in her house and sold them to unsuspecting travellers. What it lacked in luxury, it made up for in fun. Mama is the leader of the family, she ...

    Motorbikes & Sunburn

    A travel blog entry by nicoleslg on May 07, 2014

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    ... at elephant springs, it had around 10 fresh water pools and was full of locals who were eager to talk to us, even if it was football related chat. An hour or so later we stopped for lunch in town that seemed to be made up of one single road, we sat down in a 'cafe' to be greeted by a Vietnamese woman who proceeded to place some beef/fish/tofu pho in front of us, no menu or exchange of requests, just pho. The Vietnamese lady laughed at our poor chopstick technique. ...