Hoang Yen Hotel
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... tat plus lots of restaurants - there is not too much to do other than shop, eat and drink along with a high number of Russian tourists. Heather's Russian language skills were useful in a bit of translation again.
Our second railway journey needed us to get to Binh Thuan on the main line in order to catch train SE8, the 09.30 departure to Dieu Tri, from where we got a taxi for the short trip to Quy Nhon. There is a branch ...
... just waited In suspense already laughing at us. After a 5 minute struggle I made it up there, we made sure we went to the toilet before we got up there as once your up there it is no easy feet to get down. Cherie and I were literally crying with laughter whilst trying to get in our beds. The night sleep wasn't too bad although at every stop they play music and give you a brief history of the place in which you have stopped in (interesting but not in the early hours of the ...
... A bit like the Pan American highway its the longest route of the Asian Highway network, crossing much of Asia, from Tokyo to Istanbul. Vietnam's contribution includes the link from Hanoi to Saigon. Lam, our guide, told us that 4 separate tunnels are currently being built on AH1. As we were having lunch we heard an explosion which emanated from one such tunnel under ...
12 May 2013
Dieu Tri (near Quy Nhon)
Flying down a mountain.
Distance and speed have a very different meaning in Vietnam. First of all Speed. I have already spoken about the city traffic. Now for the country. Traffic still travels around 40-60 km per hour. The main reason is that the roads are hardly ever smooth but full of bumps and lumps. Travelling on a 110 cc bike seems small but in fact is ...
... bumping into a couple from the Midlands whom we had last spoken to in Sihanoukville, several weeks ago. They liked Nha Trang and had even looked at some apartments with a view to a long term stay but were disenchanted with Saigon after the husband had had a gold chain torn from around his neck by a passing motorcyclist.
We checked out of La Suisse at midday and took a taxi to the railway station, arriving far too early. Next to us in the waiting ...