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TravelPod Member ReviewsDamsan Hotel Buon Ma Thuot
Clean, not especially atmospheric. Big bathroom with a bathtube. Wide selection in the breakfast buffet.
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Welcome to the Shire
Distance: 210 km
Duration: 6 hours
Today will be short as it was much only about to move from Da Lat to capital of Dak Lak province - Buon Ma Thuot. I figured out, that I have to pass the Elephant waterfall again. Wish I looked yesterday to save 60 km of driving :) Anyway. First third of the trip was not …
... lots of bags on goldfish swinging off it, as if it was ready for the fair!
Safely in our hotel we made short work of getting ready and getting started on the beers – Darren decided he wanted to have 30 (small) cans of beer over the course of the evening, so we loaded him up with some Beer Saigon and enjoyed one in his honour too.
The guys had organised a meal at a local restaurant which was really buzzing, lots of other parties of locals ...
Yok Don National Park in the Central Highlands of Vietnam
I'm not sure how we got to go to this treasure: whether because I had communicated the hope of seeing some forest when Mr Vu said he would be pleased to take me to the Central Highlands, or whether friends suggested it to him, but in any case I am very glad we travelled on from Buon Ma Thot for the day to see parts of Yok Don National Park. An elephant ride was first on the agenda for Mr Vu and his son ...
Another packed day. Started the day with an elephant trek round by the lake then bizarrely through it as I just managed to stay dry. We visited a minority village which was interesting to see traditional basic village life. On the way out of the village I got a shock. I heard some shouting then suddenly I got a horrific sharp pain in my back. I ...
... stuff continued to hover around, including one woman who kept trying to clamber on to sell some kind of stinking dried fish. Unfortunately she was as annoyingly persistant as the sell of her wares and a fishy fug remained in the bus for quite some time after we had left Qui Nhon.
We had thought that this bus would be the same as the previous one, with people getting on and off quite regularly. This time, ...