DuParc Hotel Dalat
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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.
... drove to the entrance. The area was a home for the monks, and the gardens were so beautiful. Anyone was allowed in to enjoy the gardens or fish in the ponds. My guide is Buddhist so I asked her a few questions about it and the culture in Vietnam. She said it was still the prominent religion in Vietnam, and children were given their school days off according to the lunar calendar. Our last stop on the tour was a place called Crazy House. It is a hotel that is build to be ...
... section of rail still in use is fairly level, so we still haven't been on a cog railway! Nonetheless, it was a pleasant ride through acres of plantation (much of it covered by polytunnels) and gave us the chance to visit Linh Phuoc pagoda. This consists of a temple and a tiered pagoda which are covered in glass and china mosaic, with dragon sculptures / motifs featuring prominently. The train dropped us back in Dalat, allowing us to complete our walked lap of the ...
... in changing. Hung says that in Vietnam “The woman is the bank, men are not trusted with money” He basically works as hard as he can so that he can put his two children through college and any money that he makes goes straight to his wife so that she can run the house efficiently. “I can have 20-30 dollars in my wallet, enough to buy some coffee, some cigarettes… but if my wife looks in my wallet and sees I have 100 dollars she thinks what do you have this ...