Dai A Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... she would have died. In the evening we went down to the river carnival, very funny it was like a carnival from 50 years ago. All along the river were street stalls selling all kinds of traditional food and you could buy a candle in a paper boat and let it go in the river for luck. Today more shopping for glasses frames and dresses, and of course lunch and more cold beer. Tonight I think we will go back to the Vietnam BBQ as it was incredibly ...
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I went to find a place to get my nails done - a frequent "splurge" while in Asia - if you can call $2 for both mani and pedi a "splurge" !!! But again, nothing here is in English, so trying to find a place to have this done was quite interesting. I kept stopping at barbershop type places and pointing to my nails. Finally some young woman pointed across the street, but I couldn't figure out what she was pointing to so she walked with me over ...
... via the flower market. There were people everywhere admiring and buying flowers for their Tet celebrations. Quite a brilliant and varied array of flowers in pots, yellow was the predominant colour, but all hues were there and bordered by large pots of cumquat trees laden with fruit.
Our decision to have dinner at one of our favorite cafes down by the river turned into a comedy of errors. There was a complete breakdown of communications between ...
Today we moved to Hoi An business class on VietnamAir and it was an eye opener being the first time I've ever travelled this way. In Tan Son Nhat the line for VIP's beckoned but I was alreday in the line for the cattle class so I stuck with it. Sista and Bruv breezed through and left me in their wake. After a tour of the departure lounges I finally found them with their snouts in the VIP trough. I had missed the Business class lounge as it was named the CIP lounge. Culturally ...
... tour to My Son, the ruins from ancient temples. Having been to Siem Reap, the temples were really nothing special, however they were set hidden in the Mountain valleys, so the views were great. Our tour guide had us crying of laughter at some points, he was barmy, and made the trip a memorable one. For the journey back we took a boat down the river, enjoying Hoi An from a different view point. We stopped off across the river from the Ancient City in a village ...