Dai A Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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So rather than hitting the Marble Mountains from Hoi An we decided to move a little further up the coast to Danang. Not really part of the tourist trail yet Danang is trying to make a name for itself as the resort destination of Vietnam. Splurging out we take a private car for the 30 km trip and it takes us up the beach highway past the ultra …
... were yummy. It also gave us a chance to meet the other guests- 2 other couples and 2 people travelling on their own. Afterwards we all ventured into the Old Town to visit the night market and stopped off for a drink on the way home. On Sunday we had our cooking class run by Morning Glory which was a great experience. The morning part of it was a bike tour into the countryside. We cycled for a total of 4 hours - out to a local village and got to meet some ...
It has to be said, there really isn’t much to see and do in Da Nang. We had a quick 2 night visit and pretty much spent the day walking round the city, taking in the beach, river and the Cham (ancient Vietnamese civilisation) museum. The city is clearly growing very quickly with hotels, roads and high rises springing up everywhere (Clare, Dal if you’re reading this, I’d say you should ...
... They can eat some crazy ****, Chicken embryos today!!!! I struggle with Squid. Then we rode into the country and talked a farmer into letting us ride his water buffalo, we rode around a field, more fleas then that dog in Tanazania, buffalo kept whipping me with his tail!!. Then the farmer showed us how to water the crops old school and we had a go at it. Then we rode to a beach but got caught in a monsoon and got drenched, riding the bikes back ...
We arrived to the beautiful world heritage site of Hoi An early in the morning greeted by a monsoon like downpour. Walking from our hotel to the cafe for brunch we got drenched to the point of saturation, however after Vietnam's take on a full English (strange sausages- didn't finish) we persevered through the rain so we could tour this beautiful ancient merchant village steeped in history and foreign influence- mainly the Chinese and the French. As we explored the ...