Royal Hotel & Healthcare Resort Quy Nhon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... will have to import them.
Hope this isn't sounding too much like a history lesson, when one is surrounded by a new culture it is intriguing.
Another interesting fact, when the country was truly communist, there was little incentive and not enough rice grown to feed the people, now that things have relaxed, rice is the second largest export. As everyone says....communism is a very noble idea but sadly it doesn't really work. The country ...
Seeing as we had around 3 weeks left until our visas ran out, we thought we'd give this 'off the beaten track' thing a go. You can now rather ironically google 'off the beaten track in Vietnam', which we did, and made note of a few places that seemed less busy than others. Like many other travelers we still enjoy, and almost take pride, when we're the only white kids staying on the block, or indeed sat on the bus. It feels like an achievement when ...
... short from amazing. Proud alumni. After the game we went to the gym to do a little bit of exercising before hitting the roads. We made some silly bets about the game and justin ended up having to do 110 pull-ups, 50 burpees, and 15 headstand push-ups as a result. I was only stuck with 100 jumping jacks, 20 push-ups, and 10 burpees. I guess you could saw I won my bets more so than him. Back ...
... break">“True, it made trading a lot safer and easier. Plus, the valuing of merchants and artisans made trade even more successful.”
“On the other hand, their valuing of porcelain, silk, and precious metals led to their downfall among other places. They sucked Kievan Russia dry, even with the Princes heading the taxes. Oh! And they made the Japanese so paranoid with their wishy-washy attacks. It decentralized their government and the ...
... s very little to be fair but the mosquitoes here are ravenous and even spraying myself with DEET all the time I’m getting eaten alive. Oh and the small matter of getting sexually assaulted in the street. I’m walking back to my hostel at about 11pm and a motorbike bloke pulls up shouting 'moto, moto’ which even here isn’t uncommon. Then he gets off his bike, invades my personal space and just as I’m about to tell him to go ...