Hotel Hai Yen

Address: 22 A Cua Dal St, Quang Nam, Hoi An, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 22 A Cua Dal St, Quang Nam, Hoi An, is near To To Boutique and Zen Spa.
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Travel Blogs from Hoi An

Bracelets & The Beach

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 05, 2014

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We had a delightful morning and slept in a little more as our day yesterday was fun but exhausting! We mapped it and found we had biked and walked over 12 miles (so much for putting on the vacation pounds)! We laid in bed for awhile talking about the importance of loving and forgiving ourselves and how we can cultivate greater trust in God. The …

In love with Hoi An

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 04, 2014

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We planned to wake up early (5:45am) to go on a bike ride through Hoi An's side streets and rice paddies. We woke up slowly to a bright burning sun sitting just outside our window, we must have overslept! We quickly checked the time and found it was 5:40! Evidently the sun rises here at around 4:30am and sets at 5:00pm. We were still good for the …

Hoi An: The Peaceful Meeting Place

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 03, 2014

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Our second sleeper train in coach was uneventful, cramped, a little dirty, but still so much fun! Trying to go to the bathroom while the train is swaying back and forth is a fun experience, but an even greater one is gazing out the window at the stars. Flying along the Vietnamese coast we passed for hours through empty parts of the country, with no …

At last, some nice temperatures :-)

A travel blog entry by c_josbeck on Feb 16, 2014

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After Hue we got on a bus facing south and heading to the mountain range that divides this country. Some hours later we started climbing and finally reached what is called "Bunker Hill". French and U.S. "bunkers" are left here as reminders of mankind's stupidity.

On the south side of the pass we met the sun, very nice I must …

Da Nang - Marble Mountain and Hoi An

A travel blog entry by pudgey


... until they got back.

At night they put on a Vietnamese Market around the Lido pool deck. There were no stalls as such other than food (free) and drink (not free). There was a Chinese dragon and parade, staffed by the Indonesian stewards. On our way back from the market we were surprised to hear the ship horn sound repeatedly. A quick walk out onto the external deck revealed the reason - a real pea soup fog with almost no ...