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... to the next city denang which had some beautiful pagados and was exciting as the motorbike had a bit of poke to it !!!
We also went to the My Son temples which were from the 7th-12th century amazing the guide spoke brilliant English and was quite entertaining.
The night life in hoi Ann was brilliant, it felt like everyone we have met whilst travelling were there !! Was beer ...
... dragon that breathes fire every Sunday! Awesome. The place seems less touristy compared to the others and we decided to use our free day here on the beach, which would probably be the last one before we head home. The beach was very clean and the water very warm so it was a great one to end it on. The next day we had a flight to the capital, Ho Chi Minh, which would be our last stop before heading into our) Cambodia. Time flies! Photos: Vietnam ...
Arrived in hoi an around 7/8 in the morning. We had booked a different hotel to the girls so we went our separate ways. The hotel was quite nice. Had breakfast and then relaxed in the morning as the heat was unbearable outside. Ended up watching spirit, the animated film about horses lol. Went for lunch at trip advisors top rated restaurant, a little food stand which sold banh mi. banh mi is traditional Vietnamese food and is basically a baguette ...
A shorter blog today, we left Hanoi at 11.30 after breakfast and packing, and then flew to Da Nang, which is a 30 minute drive to Hoi An - where we are spending the next 3 nights. Flight was good, just an hour, and transfer worked well. Hotel greeting was what we are coming to understand is the Vietnamese way, incredibly polite, attentive, nothing too much trouble. The hotel looks incredible, and we have a ...
... information but killing the atmosphere, and the amount of scooters driving there partly during the day, but worse, after 10pm are signs that the Vietnamese really don't understand tourists. If they continue to develop such bright ideas, I think the town could suffer - which would be a shame.
Also I was slightly underwhelmed by the lantern festival. Yes, the area around the square looked magical, but I was disappointed it was limited to the small area. Considering that ...