DuParc Hotel Dalat
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
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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.
... we did the trip the next day, we would get back in time to catch the 2 o clock bus to Cat Tien, which despite the reviews we still both wanted to see.. Two birds with one stone and a full evening to check out a new city, plus I managed to get us a bit of a group discount! We went in search for a good deal for a room, a game which I am actually starting find quite fun, but as Gemma keeps pointing out I sometimes over step the very fine borderline of haggling from cheeky to ...
... really offering much in the way of cohesion or aesthetic appeal the house is made up of three "tree trunks" within which there are rooms which can be rented as a place to stay and plenty of walkways joining them together. With a mixture of brick, stone, perhaps cement and other materials each section varies from the previous and although interesting, wouldn't be the best to come home to after a night out! The only consistent thing in the house is the rooms, ...
... I draw my line somewhere and that somewhere doesn't involve getting arms and wings and legs of crickets stuck in my teeth. That's just how it goes. It was neat to see the different sizes though and the pits where they keep them and the loads of bamboo used to feet them. It was sort of funny too because when you waved your hand over a part of the bamboo all the crickets would hide. It was a ripple effect too - if a cricket noticed a neighbor of his going ...