Royal Hotel Danang
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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... Scotia, on a 2 year trip to almost everywhere who have just secured teaching posts in Dubai to start in August. We swop travellers stories and then got two bikes and peddled off to the beach. There is a compulsory bike park, not sure why, but we comply and walk the last bit to the shore. It has been badly eroded by storms two months ago and work is underway to restore it. It's a bit of a sun bed city and we sit ...
... by the Americans in carpet bombings during the Vietnamese war.
Another show followed with music and dance from the Cham people, quite different from the morning entertainment.
It was great in the evening to be able to walk a short distance to a really good restaurant where we ate some lovely local food sat outside by the river with Chinese lanterns in the trees around us. Wd
... and homes, supplying medicine for the sick, and treating the wounded, feeding the malnourished, and helping the homeless. Also a heroic story about some American GI's on top of a mountain, helping locals after a bus had run over a Vietcong mine. She told us that they took their *********** to keep the young and elderly warm, and cut their tshirts and trousers to use as bandages on the wounded. Ending up in just their boxers, with helmets on, and guns slung over their shoulders, ...
For this last day of 2014, we rode about 13 km to An Bang beach, returning to Hoi An via Cua Dai. I think we have had more exercise in the past week than we did all year. Hopefully a foretaste of 2015! On leaving Hoi An we saw what are probably some sort of fish or shrimp farms in the river. They comprised an outer and inner circle made of branches. While pedalling through the rice fields I heard someone call my name. It was Dmitri and Anastasia from the cruise riding in the ...
... up and see Vu, the chap on reception standing next to Baz, he chats away,asking our next plans, and distracsme a little, my legs being tugged here and there to make sure they get all the blisters. After each blister was drained, on went the iodene solution, Baz was laughing at me, so was Vu,as I was like, ouch,but that's such a nice pain. The Dr came with the shot,at first the nurse was going to put it in my hand,above my thumb at the wrist, a vain ...