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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 …
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, ...
... to share their lunch with them, Yet again the warmth and generosity of the people was very touching. Lunch was great as well and as we readied ourselves to leave I tried to offer them a wee bit more cash than the £5 they had asked for for around two hours of their time and also the metal they had been and bought but they smiled and declined the extra cash, beautiful people.
Unfortunately by the time we came to leave the heavens had opened again and the sky ...
One of the cool things about this trip is we go through villages, cities, and back roads we'd never see if we weren't with locals. We've hardly seen tourists the last couple of days and it's a nice change after spending time in Ho Chi Minh City and Cambodia which are very popular with foreigners. Where we go, there's hardly any English on the signs or on the menus. Thankfully we have a couple of locals to take care of us! ...