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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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premium location, beautiful beach, friendly staff. I would recommend this hotel. I myself will come back.
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The distance by train between Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) and Hanoi is just short of 1,100 miles and you can travel between the two cities in around 34 hours on one of five direct daily trains running on the 'Reunification Express' route. Our trip from south to north sees us stopping at Mui Ne, Quy Nhon, Hoi An, Hue, Dong Hoi and Ninh Binh before …
Today I cycled 90 km (remember, 8 km = 5 miles)...the result??? sore bum, aching hams and a backache, but a certain sense of satisfaction. Marian took the bus for 25 km, so she did pretty well also.
The heat was again severe but the terrain much more gentle than previous days. In the morning we cycled by the coast road, then spent a few …
We had decided to visit Quy Nhon on our trip down the coast as a way of breaking up the 12 hour bus journey to Nha Trang. We didn't know anything about the place but we’d discovered that 4* hotel rooms were £20! We’d only booked one evening though as some of the Trip Advisor reviews of the city were pretty terrible but, once we’d …
... cotton, and calendar making.” I shook my head and looked ahead, “Hey, I think we’re nearing where they farm rice. Behind those houses over there.”
“Oooh come on let’s go!” She tossed the leftovers of her banh chung on the ground as well, and we ran across the beginning of a dirt trail.
“Wow, so this is the famous Champa rice fields. I want to dip my toe in it.”
DAY 46 – 14/02/13 – HO CHI MINH CITY - QUY NHON
We woke up and went into town so Jo could finally experience shopping in Saigon as the shopping centres had finally opened after Chinese New Year. We arrived at the biggest shopping centre which incidentally had just opened to the public for the first time ever. There were dragon dancers running up and down the mall wishing the bad spirits away from the stores, this is normally done with the ...