Park View Hue Hotel
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... are corralled and meet their fate.We take an interesting long route back, well outside the tourist area, past a pagoda or two and a large, heaving market - too tired to explore this now we decide will come back here tomorrow.Before going out for supper we book our accommodation for 5 nights in Hoi An, our next destination, about sixty miles south of here. It's near to the coast so we are looking forward to some beach time ;0)
... just clipped us on and pretty much pushed us off the platform and we were off. The views along the speedy ride down would've been a little more beautiful if there weren't eye sores of electric towers along the hillside but it was well worth the thrill of the ride down. Even though it called for a crash landing into a sand pit at the bottom, can't expect anything else when you only pay $4 to ride it. Once off the high from the zipline, we were clipped into a wire and ...
We got chatting to the owners in the bar (Cafe on Thu Wheels) and started planning our trip. Before booking anything we took the afternoon to walk around the Imperial City. This was great to see however when we have been to the Forbidden City in Beijing its hard not to compare.
After booking a 5 hour tour of Hue's sights tomorrow, we headed out for something to eat in the evening. We ate at an Indian (yes we are aware that's a bit strange being ...
... WOW. Ohh yes, he was successful in this... The broken tiles afterwards were living proof! Not even a mark on his forehead...! The thrills did not end here... Another guy starts grunting (and looking like he's having severe problems pushing one out, if you know what I mean...), he's reddening and sweating... Oh and now he's balancing himself by his throat on a sharp spear (also felt for authenticity by the audience). Seriously... This is messed up stuff. This guy ...
... or the Vietnam war although efforts are being made (slowly) to repair it, since it's not a UNESCO world heritage site. There's still quite a few buildings that are intact, but almost the entire Forbidden City (where the emperor and his family lived) is completely gone. Still, it was actually really cool to wander around. Some of the buildings that have survived or been rebuilt have been turned into mini-museums and you have these banners ...