Dai Long Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... small section of masks and assorted decorations. Several of the schools we know of are having some type of party. Erin and I will be prepping masks for her kindergarten class to work on this weekend. Best of all there will be a skating show on Saturday evening led by our skating Ukrainians, Maria and Yuri! Should be about twenty performers in the show including about ten children, complete with on fireworks on the ice. We're trying to gather ...
... Then we went to the Mermaid Resto for dinner and the best pork stuffed squid you could ever get. The goss from the evening is that Miss Vy is opening a resto in of all places Windsor Melbourne, so if you are in the vicinity try it. Lovely evening sitting outside My Le's shop practising my Vietnamese. It cracks My Le up when I mangle it but I did find that you can call anyone Comrade and it s the same as mate or buddy.
... at the beach, in the pool, had lunch - and late in the afternoon took the hotel minibus into Hoi An town, about a 10 minute drive. It is a historic town, apparently an ancient trading port but now is much more geared to visitors. It is very quaint, pretty, with lots of lovely places to eat and plenty of shops to spend your Dong. It is also the home of tailor made clothing, the suits and dresses that they make to measure are amazing, all turned around in a couple of days. ...
... the measurements of the wall in my flat for the painting, he was very keen to sell me the painting he brought over to me. When I mentioned that I was leaning towards the smaller red / white one, he went further down with the price, and there was hardly a big difference price wise. I read somewhere that for Tien it is important that there is connection between a buyer and the painting, and he understood that I liked it - and I got the same impression. It was really not about ...
... Da Nang, right on the beach. We are getting better at making ourselves understood although this can still take a few attempts. For instance, in our first night in Da Nang we found our air conditioning fan blowing right on our bed. I phoned reception and explained the fan was too strong.
"Turn up the temperature", they suggested.
"No the temperature is fine" ( in fact it was still too hot ), " it's the fan."