Thanh Thanh Hotel

52 Phan Chu Trinh, Da Nang, Vietnam | Hotel

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Goodbye Cat Ba, Hello Hoi An.

A travel blog entry by kels-and-oli


... which is cool). The kids found us scary and hilarious. They either love the attention and constantly want you to play, or they hide behind their parents screaming at the sight of you (a real life Monsters inc). Oli also didn't help himself when we decided to stretch our legs and go for a walk through the train. He commented how the door wouldn't shut properly between carriages trying 4 or 5 times to close / slam the door, only to realise a little girl stood behind him in his ...

Bracelets & The Beach

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric


... at was owned and ran by the head chef who happened to be classicly trained and had worked in Mumbai and Bahrain. He was very kind and gracious and enjoyed asking us questions about where we were from how long we would be in Vietnam and what we thought about his food. We told him it was exquisite! He smiled and laughed thanking us and wishing us "good luck" as we headed out the way we came in.

We walked first to ...

Biking through the countryside

A travel blog entry by anna2238


... Was kinda like riding a fat horse crossed with a baby elephant. After about 2hrs biking we stopped a small harbour to load our bikes onto a boat for our BBQ dinner cruise. While loading 14 bikes onto the boat, the little Vietnamese man lost one off the edge so he dived in after it! Talk about dedication. The boat cruise was awesome, millions of photos of the beautiful sunset and a feast to ...

We found Phuong but Dana Delaney is M.I.A

A travel blog entry by sheath27


... golden rule and shopped :-( he bought 2 small marble elephants for his grand kids. We had warned him the day before when he bought a 10 cent ornament at An bang beach. We would hate to have to send him home :-) We arrived back at Hoi ans local eating market at lunch time in search of Banh mi. A miracle happened. We accidentally found Phuongs Banh mi stall outside the market. Anthony Bourdain of No Reservations fame, ...

Day 2 & 3

A travel blog entry by thelimetree

... marble and bought a bracelet (which Albert would later trade with a Canadian). Hoi An was more what we thought Vietnam was going to be like. Nice beaches, a picturesque old-town with a river flowing through it. We stayed at a pretty vibey hostel, a slight walk from the old town, where we bumped into Leigh halfpenny and Aaron Ramsey (look a likes). We settled in and went for a wonder into the old town and the market very geared ...


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