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 travellers 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 doing things the local ...
... 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 ...
... Empire, Annam adopted the Mahayana Buddhist religion, the Confucian testing system, and even the style of rule. The Song and Tang times were super innovative and influential.”
“I consider the period Mongol rule for most innovative and influential honestly. I mean, they were the first to use psychological warfare. Combat with horses was also a strong point of theirs, and connecting the East and West? Come on, that was genius.”
... as it threw foaming white waves onto the golden sand. Apart from hundreds of crabs which dashed endlessly between the surf and their holes in the sand, the place was deserted. We spent hours walking up and down the shore. Whilst An Bang beach was beautiful it was nice to be away from the rows of sun loungers and people selling sunglases.
And that was it - another minibus journey to survive and we would be in Buon Ma Thuot. ...