Royal Hotel & Healthcare Resort Quy Nhon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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Brighter start, lovely choices for breakfast , I had juiced up a tomato, papaya, cucumber and carrot. They even have sushi at breakfast. Walk on the beach for a couple of hours. Home, then another walk to nearest bar for lunch of mango salad , aubergines with mushroom sauce and hummus with flat bread. Yummy but too much. Sun actually came out. Tomorrow 8 hour journey to Dalat.
Gorgeous breakfast. I had juiced up tomato, cucumber, and a carrot, just pure juice, with rye toast , grilled tomato, mushroom and a few beans with tea and juice. Healthy!! Then went for walk on the beach , beautiful, solitary, but a bit wet, slightly overcast yet beautiful . Walked to fishing village on the beach had coconut juice and walked back …
... fishing village and you come across a little white gate on the beach. You are greeted by two friendly British guys who have set up a hostel out here and are very hospitable! Plan for tomorrow is to get up to quy nhon and get a bus to hoi an. We have decided to get the bus as you can put the bikes on the bus too and they come with you! This takes away the need to waste a day (9 hours) of riding to get to hoi an. Time is pressing on ...
... 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 ...