- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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Day 3 (Fri)
Thick sweet coffee dripped from the tin cup top filter in a new roadside cafe, come garage, come living room, come nursery and set us up for the day, or at least until breakfast. We'd waved goodbye to our terrible digs but not yet Mui Ne. Fish sauce is produced by the bucket load here and you can really tell. The smell sticks to your clothes and hangs in the air, the process might have you pausing before adding it to your next curry. Mr Hong walked into another ...
... Proclaimers, broad Scottish accents when they speak but not so bad when they sing. Apparently they are more X factor finalists but pretty good, doing all kinds of stuff from Simon and Garfunkel to Michael Buble. Back to the cabin for a nightcap, our tour is in the afternoon tomorrow so we'll let the rush go, have a wander near the ship to whatever's there, then early lunch and away to see the ...
... in those rest periods! We needed them.
So when rest time ended, we headed for Temple Thich Ca Phat Dai. Thich Ca is the name of the Buddha in Vietnamese,and phat means Buddha. Dai means tower. Again there was much adornment of statues and shrines, towers and beautiful flowers, and wonderful overlooks. I cannot tire of all this beauty.
In one rather large room, many ...
This morning we got up about 5:30 and mrs. Kugaten had made us a huge breakfast. There was potato pancakes, omelette, eggs soft boiled from the hot springs of hakone which had completely black shells. This was a delicacy brought for us the day before. Every body got up to say goodbye, bad mr. Kugaten went with us to the grin station ...
After the departure of Chris we spent the first few days getting some much needed R and R and we are now back in the swing of things. As we are back in our regular routine, not all that much "noteworthy" has happened. We were able to attend a tourism expo in a local park which was pretty cool, and we also ate lunch in a restaurant at a table next to four monks (not something you do every day). We also got celebrity treatment at the Vietnamese equivalent of Subway (even ...