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We stayed at Danang to give us easy access to Hoi An, a world heritage site near the coast. Danang itself is ok as a place, a decent sized city with a lovely beach area but not worth visiting for those reasons alone.
After our first night we jumped in a taxi and asked for the bus station. Rather than taking us to the bus station he dropped …
So, I arrived in Da Nang yesterday via Jetstar flight.....nice and smooth. I checked into my hotel and was greeted by some friending people out the front....OK, good first impression on this place.
After dumping my bags and getting the Manager/porter/dogs body trying to convince me to get on the back of his bike and go up to Hue ( …
Hired bikes for 20k (1.20nz) and biked to our fitting. Then went to the beach - about a 20min bike ride. Ordered lunch on the beach - beef fried rice was really nice! Biked home, another fitting! Went to night market, cute river and lanterns everywhere. Got vege soup for dinner then headed to a place like kiwi yo! 3 scoops of icecream cost 90k ($5nz?) was so great though! Nice walk home and get to wear new pjs to bed ...
... I thought I would flip things so I would feel a little better.
I took out 50,000 dong (around what I should have paid) and also bought 5 ice cold Tiger beers and placed them in a plastic bag with Ice. (37 Degrees outside)
Now the Tiger beers cost 15,000 dong each and with the 50,000 cash totals 125,000 a nice little earner still for the chap in the shop, when I returned I presented the 50,000 dollar note and the bag of five ...
... Dave was left to roam around Da Nang on his own and came back to the hotel raving about the street at night. Crazy, crazy, busy, busy! This was enough motivation for me to spend most of Saturday in bed so I could get out and about on Sat night.
Saturday afternoon I was feeling a lot better and we went out for some sight seeing. We headed to Linh Ung a colossal Buddha statute that looks over Da Nang city. The ...
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The Lonely Planet describes this hotel as having 'boutique room' that is highly inaccurate. It's dated, and in our case very noisey. It was OK. But i'd say no better than that. Definitely not good value for money
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