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... that Hoi An is not a sight to behold, certainly not and perhaps I shouldn't be writing this blog post (although I find it interesting and therefore my dad will too!) but it was still a delight. We cycled through the city and investigated some of the back streets and took a boat ride through some stunning scenery. We investigated the night markets and bought a paper lantern to place into the river and watched as at first tens ...
... raised with a 4 foot drop on each side... the ride was amazing but much less relaxing than we had expected! Really forced you to be IN the moment. Lolll
All along the ride little kids would yell "HELLO!!!!!" Waving to us with big smiles, the adults would smile at us too. Flower explained that the locals use bikes for transportation and think it's funny that tourists bike just for fun :) . We stopped at a local ...
... as the Vietnamese girls/ladies love him so he softens them up and then Claire and I go in and bargain hard, massive discounts have been achieved, however often left Doug behind being swooned at by the girls and have to go back and rescue him.
We say good bye to Hoi An as we are half we through and venture to Ho Chi Minh city which is best described as the city where the road runner is alive and well -with the constant use of the horn "Meep ...
... at midnight, but when we came back late ish last night the man let us in and just said ring the bell if I am not here. The only other thing was the constant hammering out the back from 0700 in the morning. Nothing that would surely cause you to leave (I'll be checking TripAdvisor).
We set out about 1100 for exploration of the Old Town. It was one of those, cloudy, but bright days and very stuffy. Headache weather! We turned the first corner, there were three ...
... local bus it made frequent stops letting people on and others off but I was going to the end so it wasn't a worry about getting lost.
The journey took about an hour and we'd arrived in HoiAn - well kind of. The bus stop is outside of town, and not a walkable distance to get into town so I searched out a taxi to only find they had motorbike taxis. I was reluctant as I was pretty such I wouldn't fit with my backpack and other things on these small bikes but apparently these were ...