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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... strange experience is that we rode past an road traffic incident where the was a dead guy hanging over a crashed moped. We moved on. Next up was a cow appearing in the darkness in the middle of the road which I recognised as a black shape. Avoided that and made it to our hotel. Lovely hotel: phu thinh boutique resort and spa where we are staying for two nights before we have a look a danang. Can't wait for a surf! Bucket list events coming thick and fast ...
... times and I didn't think much of it. Just then I looked ahead to see justin clunk down and over a ditch in the gravel. Since he was on a smaller bike (124cc scooter) he didn't have a huge problem and managed to control the bike. I knew that my bike (being much bigger) would be a different story if I tried to go through the ditch at the speed I was at. Only problem traveling on gravel is that if you're going faster than 15mph coming to an immediate stop ...
... strangers, especially having there young children with them. Unfortunately, neither Jason nor I think this would be the case. We sat for a while until Toan decided that we couldn't possibly know when it was going to stop and we had to get moving. So we put on our rain gear and braved the wetness.
We rode to a scary looking suspension bridge over a dangerous river. Toan told us to walk across the bridge to see ...
... and the song got it wrong. The livin' ain't easy! It's the water pressure jumpin' and humidity that's high.
The temperature has been in the mid thirties for several weeks now, an earlier, hotter summer than last year. Who needs to go to the sauna? Pottering about the house is just as effective - and free.
I can't understand how it can be so humid and so dusty at the same time. Our lane is unsealed so the steady flow of motorbikes and the occasional ...
On the 15th day of the fourth lunar month, Quang Ngai celebrates the Buddha's birthday with ceremonies and a parade of floats through the town. For the second year in a row we went with Hai - last year one of Owen's students, this year a graduate, now teaching in a primary school. She took us to enjoy a vegetarian meal then watch the parade from the main square.
Floats are contributed by communities all over the Province whose ...