Hai Ha Hotel
Travel Blogs from Quy Nhon
... we were absolutely loving it.
This city experience changed our view of how we should use Trip Advisor. It seems like people tend to write reviews only when something is really bad or amazing so if there is only a handful of reviews we had to be careful that it isn’t just a bunch of whingers making it sound worse than it is. Also we suspect that some of the reviewers are very different tourists/travellers to us! The main negative points ...
... s nothing to do or see and you should only use it as a stopping point.... all pretty much true except that it aint just a stopping point, its an amazing place. I have never been anywhere so...perfect, its like the place you want to have grown up at and lived.... everyone is so friendly, it has a beautiful beach which it seems EVERYONE goes to after work and in the evening; families, young couples, the elderly... they are all there first chance after work, the beach ...
... to the Benh Than Market right near where our hotel was. Now we had to pay more on the bus to cover the luggage 20,000 Dong = $1.... 30 mins later we were off the bus and at the hotel. Could not have done any better by taxi as the bus has right of way on the roads. Lovely! Checked into our hotel and then we hit the streets. HCMC (Saigon) had changed a little since our last visit in August 2008. More highrise buildings and it was much cleaner and there were good ...
... all going to die. Now, this
could just be one's imagination running wild. But then you also
factor in that your feet are enclosed in this sort of compartment
which is the back side of the seat in front of you, so if an accident
were to happen, your legs would be constricted and probably break
instantly. Add this to the feeling of toppling over at any point and
most health and safety officials would rule ...
... of paradise - clear blue water, golden sand and lush vegetation all around us and completely alone. It even had some good rocks for me to climb all over.
After an hour Zoe rightly pointed out that, lovely as it was, there was absolutely no shade and it was over 30 degrees, so we hotfooted it back to the hotel for a bit more chillaxing.
It's a hard life!