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... are the dominant vegetation and the higher elevation has lowered the temperature almost ten degrees celsius. Though I was still comfortable in short sleeves , the locals are riding around in coats, some winter-like. Russian is not on display in signs or food choices here.
Graeme's stomach was acting up so I headed out for some wandering on my own as he caught up on his sleep. The city streets do not form a grid but wind up and down the hills . A good sized lake is ...
... the hotel and accidentally use all our hot water by attempting to fill our big corner bath. It fills about a third and we all jump in in our bikini's realising none of us can have an actual shower until we see that the hotel has left the room opposite unlocked which was the girls room before I arrived. One by one we sneak to the room opposite and take a hot shower. We swing by Pine Track Adventure to pay and they recommend a restaurant a few doors door. I ...
... cut his leg but other than that there were no casualties. The photos are absolutely hilarious (Kerry will post them on FB soon) and one in particular catches the look of terror on my face just before I am launched backwards down the waterfall! Then we had lunch. Our guides had brought a picnic blanket and bread rolls with lots of sandwich fillers and lots of fruit. Martin had brought some Dalat wine so we had a really nice picnic. Our guides did Kung Fu so they also showed ...
... iced coffees.
This area,being the gateway to the gorgeous Central Highlands, definitely was filled with quite a few fellow road warriors and actual tour groups of driving professionals. A group unique to this area that mans the market, was formed by Vietnamese War Vets post conflict in the late 1970's who decided that riding motorcycles and showing off the picturesque scenery could be big business and started a fabulous company called "Easy ...
... was cool and there were a lot of
hills. We biked around the lake and found a spot on the gras next to
the lake so we could have our breakfast (baguette, strawberry jam,
After breakfast we made our way south
towards the waterfall that we wanted to visit. Driving was the most
difficult that it had been so far. In order to leave Dalat and go
south we were going straight down hill with tour buses slamming ...