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... old town where he shared a ton about the Vietnamese people, culture & cuisine and we sampled over 40 different dishes. We really are becoming foodies! We finished the day by taking a 3 hour drive north along the coast to Hue, where we'll now stay for 2 nights before flying to Hanoi. Overall, Vietnam is awesome so far and we're really enjoying it. The people are very friendly, food is amazing, and pace of life differs greatly depending on what city/town you're in. ...
... a long walk in comparison to previous hotels) and dinner with the group at the lantern restaurant. Desiring something a little more a Western, Claire and I both opted for house specialities. Claire had oven baked pork with cheese and mustard sauce whereas I had duck in orange sauce. Both were delicious and set us up well as we wearily returned to the hotel, exhausted but thoroughly satisfied after a long, busy, active day.
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We took a night bus to Hoi An, which shockingly made it there in one piece. We broke down twice, but they managed to fix it both times and at one point they actually pushed the bus off to the side of the road (with all of the passengers still inside.) it seemed that we were going to break down again just outside of Hoi An, but thankfully we didn't. I slept not to badly on the bus - I woke up a lot, especially as the sun came up and other people were on the road ...
... look intereted. There was a little local talent festival going on a stage by the river so we sat for a few minutes and watched. Colson wanted to dance around to the music but there were too many people and with his history I just put him on my shoulders to keep him confined. The street that was empty in the morning was now bustling with life. Ladies on the side with baskets of noise making toys, the beeps of the motorbikes, bright toys being hurled into the air and ...
... Vietnamese? Somehow a driver and van appeared and offered to drive us to the next station, 80 kms away. We would intercept the train for Relatively inexpensive amount of dong. This seemed feasible as the train only travels at about 20kms/hr. We piled into the van and drove off into the stormy night. We were sceptical. Was this guy legit? Was this a scam? Every time he got a call we considered some bad news coming through. Would we really get our train? We decided to try and ...