Hoang Phong Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... in the world - or at least the locals told us so ;) we visited the marble mountains a set of hills right within the city limits that contain several large caves and had nice views over the surrounding area.
The highlight of our trip here though was a free bicycle tour in Hoi An run by a student organisation. The tour is a chance for the students, most of whom study English and tourism, to practice their english skills. The tour took us to a less visited part of Hoi An Kim ...
So we've finally reached the tail end of our 100 day trip, and this is the week we have been looking forward to for a very long time. Both Jason and I have been placed to work at the Daycare for children with disabilities at the local hospital. Its roughly a 20 minute walk from the College and is a government daycare centre. There are 26 kids enrolled here of varying ages between 3 years to 16 years with the majority being under 10 years old. ...
... buses required, and we hoped to arrive shortly after check in. The staff were helpful and friendly, the bus was clean, all the tickets were numbered (meaning no extra plastic seats in the aisles) and we left and arrived on time. Heaven! It was almost like being at home, if home were punctual, with no phone dj chavs. The only downside was that we got dropped off on the outskirts of town and it was throwing it down with rain. Walking was not an option at that distance, and of course ...
... rule, but this was not the focus of the history Cambodians I met were eager to share with the group. We were not subjected to dramatized accounts of the atrocities committed by the French. If anything, colonialism was a "better" life than under the regime which came to power shortly after independence (the Pol Pot regime). After seeing Section 21 in Phnom Penh, it is clear that the massacres committed under Pol Pot will have had a long lasting impact on ...
... and the service was exceptional. Even going to the loo the door was opened for us and after proceedings a towel was handed by tongs for drying the hands. We were sad to leave this place as I guess it signalled the end of our final night of a trip that we didn't really want to end. Trying to make the night last a little longer we stopped into a second rooftop bar but it wasn't a patch on the Chill Bar and was expensive NZ prices so we headed back to the hotel to ...