Green Hotel Hue
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I hope our first impression is a good one, Vietnam seems cheaper and easier to navigate than Laos. Some vendors are very persuasive and obviously want your business but they always seem to do it with a smile and good humour, we even brought our train ticket to Da Nang with no fuss, no rudeness just a efficient English speaking assistant, who was stern yet friendly and sold us the ticket at the right price with no problems.
It was the right call ...
... As we crossed the bridge into the old town it started to rain again, just our luck, however we weren't going to let the rain damping our spirits. (Excuse the pun) we saw a vietnamese rickshaw. The driver would take us around the old town with a history lesson for a reasonable price. With the rain still pouring, our minds were blown with the knowledge of what happen to this city during the war.
As we say our goodbyes to our friendly driver, we went for ...
... and had to backtrack.
Finally arriving at my hotel for the next two nights I checked in, happy with the fact that they had a lift, and settled in very briefly before heading downstairs booking a tour to the Phong Nha Caves for the next day as I was planning on going to the Imperial City that afternoon after lunch as it was late and I really hadn't eaten. While I was at lunch I worked out my next few steps in Vietnam and realised that I didn't have to rush to the Imperial ...
... brace... Who sadly had clearly not judged that sharp bend well enough. Unfortunately, quite a few tourists set off on this (albeit epic) journey, choosing to ride a motorbike themselves but are lacking in experience... The Hai Van Pass is a challenging route, with many a sharp bend, winding through the mountains. Upon leaving Hué, before reaching the Hai Van Pass, you ride along a busy highway... I was not such a relaxed 'Easy Rider' here, whilst huge lorries/coaches hurtle ...
The overnight train was good, slept for pretty much 9 hours solid on it, much easier to sleep in the 4 person cabins, really like Matt and Nicole, just a pity about the 4th member of the cabin. Got to Hue, which was the ancient capital of Vietnam just before 9 and transferred to the New Asia Hotel, another really nice place, had breakfast and went for a swim. Then chilled out in the rooms until 1pm when we were picked up for a tour of ancient Hue. ...