DuParc Hotel Dalat
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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28 th February ; first day in Dalat , woke up to sunshine and cool temperatures. Breakfast is across the rd in the quaint restaurant we ate in last night, there was a lollipop man to help us to cross the rd. Went round the lake and to the end to look at flower garden. Delightful gardens, immaculate and all the flowers were either bigger or more …
Breakfast of passion fruit cheese cake, noodle soup, rambutan and loganberries . Set off at 9 am , Liem our guide is full of energy and very helpful. Lovely rural scenery, lots of fish farms and little villages with small huts , walls usually colour blue sometimes pale green or cream. Stopped for coffee near lovely beach, then for lunch by fiver, …
... to the mountains and we were dropped off on the side of the road. First of all we made our way down the side of the mountain to a section of trees where they taught us everything we needed to know about abseiling. We all got to try a couple of times before we were ready to go. We then followed the path down towards the valley where we came to the first abseil. It was a dry wall about 18m high and there was a group just ahead of us so we had to wait for a little while until they were done. ...
... again an amazing night, a good laugh with Reyman, the rest of the band and Curtis (it felt I knew them already longer than just a few days) and far later than expected I left the bar (we were literally kicked out by Curtis wife as it was well after 1am...). It was a bit sad knowing that I wouldn't return to the bar anytime soon.
Enjoying the fresh air while walking back to the hotel I enjoyed the free streets of Dalat, with some people still sitting at some food stalls, but ...
The funny thing is after dinner, I walked out to the street and there was street fighting going on-- just like one of those Hong Kong martial arts movies. The dispute between 2 locals over a pool table made such a racket that the local police arrived and arrested both of them.
I walked to the next street and came upon the notorious Lien Hoa bakery on Ba Thang Hai street. This place is well known to the locals and ...