Saigon Quynhon Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... ve arrived in Qui Nhan, I am excited to ditch the pickled meats and vegetables for some real food. Being Vietnamese, I’m also excited to eat cuisine that’s familiar.
“Land ho!” Gab and I yelled as we jumped off The Green Eyebrow.
“Let’ ;s make sure everything’s good for us to go,” I peered at the smeared checklist I wrote onto my wrist, “Take Malayo-Polynesian language pills, ...
... 9 mile taxi ride to the beach resort at Mui Ne. Despite the early start Vietnamese Railways seem to love playing loud music and TV shows on screens in the 'soft class' carriages - most people however just seemed to want to sleep.
After HCMC the relaxing pace of life in Mui Ne was quite welcome and with our hotel giving direct access to the beach it certainly was a world away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. The ...
... awesome views and gave us some interesting facts- for instance we drove down the 'victory' road which was built by young men during the war as they were so sure they were going to win! Once we got to the cave of course I had to walk up a side of a mountain to get to it ( it's seems all the good things to see in Asia are at the top of a mountain). The locals say that you have to go through hell before you get to paradise (the climb was hard but I am not sure I would go as ...
Me and Oran left for Quy Nhon which was to be our nightly stop over point on the way to Hoi An. We passed through costal fishing villages then costal hills then paddy fields before reaching stop over point just after nightfall. We stopped along the way there were we had shark with the best spring rolls ...
... 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 ...