Hoang Yen Hotel
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... for staying for an extended period. Even better the beers are 10,000 D each (29p) so I’m drinking around ten of those a day for less than 3 quid. And if I get drunk munchies I can always nip down the road for a 16,000D (45p) dirty doner. It’s a perfect seaside resort, the beach is pristine and has absolutely nobody on it, there’s glorious sunshine most days and for Vietnam, traffic is light and the city is spotlessly clean. Life ...
... people who look after their children are a culture to be respected. All the cute little kids though making me severely miss my babies!!!! 1hour later... Nik's ready to get off. Says he's seen enough rice paddies, disheveled Bäck yards and rubbish strewn highways to do him for ever! Many hours later....we roll in to danang. I do mean roll....slowly.....hilariously as we arrive on outskirts music suddenly blares our from ...
... vacuum” the carpet. Hover is a brand and not an action of cleaning. The same goes in Australia where older people may say that they have a cold beer in their Frigidaire. They may in fact have another brand but use the name Frigidaire for refrigerator. In Vietnam the name Honda is synonymous with scooter.
Anyway some kids pointed me in the right direction. When I arrived at the liitle workplace in front of a house, I tried ...
... aircon and leaving the balcony door open to let in the sea air and listen to the waves below and both slept well.
Breakfast finished at 9.00am, unlike almost everywhere else we have stayed where it has been 10.00am, and so we were up a bit earlier than usual on Friday. It was a lavish buffet affair with just about everything you could possibly want except for what Keith wanted - some cornflakes!
Then we set out to explore Quy Nhon. It made ...
... br> We spent the next three days going from the hotel room, to the beach, to the day spa for free massages and then to the hotel restaurant to eat at the only place that we knew served food. We did break this routine once by venturing out to find the so called supermarket which after 45 mins of walking; becoming lost and walking though a truck depot we arrived at something that looked like Bunnings. When we entered we found ourselves in a huge ...