Hotel Dai Loi (Fortune Hotel)
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I arrived in Da Lat after a 7 hour bus ride from Saigon, it's a picturesque drive through the mountains, only about 300klms from Saigon but it's slow going and with 3 stops it takes a long time to get there, as I got off the bus the usual scrum of taxi and moto drives hassle you to go with them, I had a free courtesy bus so didn't …
... we'd hoped since Star Sports were having sound issues. Although we could hear the cars and the team radios, there was no commentary. This made it surprisingly difficult to follow who was doing what but we persisted, along with a bit of reading and blogging etc.
That evening we found some sandwiches for dinner, and skyped Dave's family for a Mother's day catch ...
... his friend one day “Where they go?” and his friend told him about the Easy Riders and what they did for a living; and how much money they made. His friend told him that you had to speak good English to do this job though, so proving that old dogs do learn new tricks, Mr Hung saved up a few hundred dollars (easier said than done) and took English classes. He told us that it was very hard at first and when he took people out on the bike he would still ask lots of ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Dai Loi (Fortune Hotel) Dalat
Great hotel! We would stay here again! Come hungry to breakfast because its not really like eating at a buffet, it's more like eating at a Vietnamese family house where the mother wants to keep feeding you all her homemade food and you can't say no, you only came for some coffee. And, well, you shouldn't. The breakfast food was delicious and they were very friendly. The room itself is really nice and its not noisy at all.
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