Swiss Village Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> We stayed longer than intended. I'm not sure how long we could continue this lifestyle, but we were firmly in the grip of a powerful force. We're not the only ones to experience the effects of 'Full Moon Village magnetism'. Germans, Norwegians, a Dutchman and a Ukrainian are among those of us who came, saw and abandoned dreams of mobility. Four days turned into nine and stepping onto the bus seemed a bit ...
Helloo Yesterday Nikki and I spent pretty much the whole day cycling from Da Lat back to Mui Ne along the coast. We organised it with a tour company and ended up being the only ones, so it was a private excursion! We set off at 7:30am with our guide, Gold, and cycled from Da Lat to a coffee plantation about 30km away. It was really cool seeing how its done, and we even got to see some weasels and had a relaxing rest whilst drinking weasel poo coffee and looking ...
... we weren't bombarded with people as we got off the sleeper bus! We were able to get a taxi at our own pace! It was quite refreshing... The cab dropped us off in front of an alley and said that our hotel (Mui Ne Hills) was at the top the hill. The alley didn't look all that populated, so I started to regret our decision to stay at this hotel. Plus it was at the top of this massive hill that we had to climb with her backpacks. After checking in ...
... corrupt that it has left much of the country living in a kind of libertarian anarchy, an anarchy that goes even beyond what American libertarians would accept since there is little to no concept of copyright. And while the government spends money on ridiculous projects like Ho Chi Minh's District 7, they have yet to figure out how to pick up garbage. So, for instance, one would like to think that perhaps that would just be an opportunity for a person to start a ...
... arrival there is a little shed which is the house of the caretaker/ security guard. His wife greeted us when we arrived and made a phone call. We set off up the hill and then the hundred or so steps to get to the top. We could hear someone behind us, it was the security guard and his daughter. There were two massive padlocks on the door and the guy asked if we wanted to see inside, he opened the first door and then there were another three huge security padlocks to get into the inner ...