DuParc Hotel Dalat
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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60 km (that's 37.5 miles) cycled today, in pretty extreme heat - the result??? a sore bum
We made an early start to miss the heat of the day, but the sun was up early as well.
The first 14 km was by the coast past lots of hotels and resorts and fishing boats and fish sellers. Then we turned inland through loads of Dragon Fruit. …
We left the hotel in Hoi An at 10:00 and were dropped off at the airport in Da Nang about 30 mins later. In fact the guides don't drop us off, they always queue at the check in desks with us and make sure there are no issues before leaving us to go through departures security - their service has been really excellent throughout the trip.
... off. Locals rushed to the rescue and helped them. My friends were understandably shaken. A local helped drive them home and then our guide came back for me. I felt worried for my friends. No one was badly hurt but it was still a scary experience for them. We later joked that they cannot be trusted together after capsizing a kayak in the Mekong river and crashing a scooter in Vietnam - what was the third incident going to be.
Dalat is by far one of my favourite places, ...
... to you? Go to Vietnam and have some real coffee and you’ll know what I’m talking about. Hayley began smoking in Vietnam, she said it was because the coffee was so good, I don’t fully understand this but cigarettes and coffee is a partnership that I’ve heard about on the lips of many so I won’t judge. Plus Mr Hung almost insisted on smoking cigarettes every time we stopped for coffee, it’s like a Vietnamese tradition.
The sun was out ...
... cities that we had visited in Southeast Asia.
Something that we saw which I will find hard to forget was two girls riding on one bike but they were somehow both on the seat and both pedalling. We saw them struggling to get momentum at first but then once they were moving it looked hilarious. We were sat in a bar waiting for drinks to arrive as they went past and it made us laugh so much that they noticed us and waved and said hello. Then they turned in the narrow street ...