Mimosa Hotel

170 Phan Dinh Phung, Dalat, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dalat

3 Days in Dalat

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 15, 2014

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... for the locals to get out of town and relax. The suburbs are fields of fruits, vegetables, coffee, and flower gardens that are harvested and exported across Vietnam and abroad. The tempo of life seems relaxed, traffic is not as frenetic as elsewhere and the streets are spacious. The central highlands give the bag carrying traveller a chance to cool down on their journeys North and South. Dalat is also home to The Easy Riders. Jocelyn and Damien ...

Easy Rider - Dalat

A travel blog entry by eddieandlaura on May 26, 2014

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... in the restaurant. An Australian guy later joined us, this guy was travelling with his wife and 84 year old mum! Brilliant! We all started having a few beers and before we
knew it, it was a lock in! Chilling with the owners and waiters and generally talking **** with the others. Great times!

Waking up the next day for our tour, I was nursing a small hang over but I knew once we

Cooling off in Dalat

A travel blog entry by amzah on May 03, 2014

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... happened to him after the reunification of Vietnam. Well, he was sent to a re-education camp for 3,5 years. They taught him Communist stuff and he was forced to help rebuild wrecked places due to the war. Next day I met up with Jorn and Eva again who I met in Saigon. We walked around town and visited some nice places such as the Crazy House. It's something like the Gaudi house in Barcelona I guess. Quite funny. Unfortunately we ...

The ride to Dalat

A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on Mar 29, 2014

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... rapid, and we found ourselves weaving around huge potholes in convoy with an "easy riders" tour group for about an hour. The road climbed through the Central Mountains, providing more stunning backdrops to our journey. After waving hello to another duo of travellers on a motorbike as we passed, we caught up with some huge Maersk artics which were struggling on the steep hairpin bends though the mountains. Having squeezed our way past, we spent ...

Day 224 - City Tour and Vietnamese Cooking!

A travel blog entry by scottiebigtrip on Mar 21, 2014

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... it was horrible! At one point a big fish jumped out of a bucket trying to make it's break for freedom, Son went to pcik it off the floor and it jumped out of her hands at me! It was pretty yukky seeing all the different types of animals they eat, Son told us that Vietnamese even eat Cat and Dogs, so never order 'Little Tiger' on the menu as it will be kitten. After we had all the food we walked to Son's kitchen which is in someone's back garden. It was a ...