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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrince Hotel Da Nang
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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... mountains (where there's a temple, and you can "climb" to the top using an elevator). The last stop was at a tailor in Hoi An, since the city is know for its cheap tailoring. I'm getting a few dresses made: I got to choose the fabric, pattern, and dress style, which was pretty fun! This will be the 3rd box of the trip I'm shipping ...
Several travel stops and Ellie and I were reunited in Hue. We again travelled the Hai Van pass to Hoi An on the back of a motorbike. Again it was a great experience, only this time was even better as I had my sister with me!
I enjoyed showing her round Hoi An and just after we'd eaten on our first evening I remembered Mira, my friend from my first week in Vietnam might be around. she was and it turns out she was staying at ...
We woke up late and feeling just about over my bout of food poisoning i managed to stomach some toast and banana for breakfast not wanting to try anything to upset my stomach again. We checked out at 12, leaving it to the last minute as usual to fully get our moneys worth! We got the bus at 2 which was surprisingly a sleeper bus for only a 5 hour journey to Hue. The drive was beautiful along the coast and ...
... surf culture started here as the American soldiers would grab anything to surf on when there was swell, and flying surfboards over with them leaving them at Tam's when they went home. Tam then started loaning out these battered surfboards. There was an invoice on the wall in the name of Jimmy Buffett who thoughtfully shipped her 4 new minimals after using her boards while in town.
Hoi An was our next stop, a 30 min taxi ride South. It was almost Lydia's birthday so we ...
... the lagoon in the early hours of the morning with their nets and sell their catch at the local markets. Their main catch is small fish which is the most saleable for them. It was very different from the floating fishing village we'd visited in Halong Bay, with people here living in houses on the banks of the lagoon or on the fishing boats themselves.
Next stop, the Elephant Waterfalls. These waterfalls aren't in their natural state, they've been made into ...