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... a good chance to look at this beautiful country. Sinuous rivers and rice paddies most of the way then very rugged hills and mountains.
I was supposed to be picked up but didn't really expect to be as I had arranged it at the last minute and there were plenty of cabs. The trusty Mailin carried me the 30 hair raising kms into Da Lat.A winding twisting steep road with blind corners and everyone blithely passes on the bends or just ride down the middle of the ...
... in between. Everyone in the neighbourhood was so kind toward us and we're pleased when we wanted to eat at their establishment. The food at sometimes just 1000d about 27p was nicer than some of the posh restaurants. This was the best night we have had in Vietnam. Later on when we went back to to the back packer area for drinks. We witnessed which we are ashamed to share British couple treating a sunglasses salesman who walks around with a board of them trying to make a living ...
We arrived at 5 am and our "driver" picked us up who later turned out to be a taxi driver who demanded 15 dollars off us. We refused and an hour and a half later with about 6 bystanders he apologised and we walked to our hotel. Here they wouldn't let us check in even though the room was free so we had to wait another 6 hours. We headed for a breakfast then went to the war museum. It was incredible. And so interesting to see it from the ...
Day one - 2nd may - dalat So I only had one night and half a day in dalat. It was forecasted really awful weather here as it was in the highlands so I didn't want to stay too long. After the evening of walking the dalat market today I planned to cram in the cable car and crazy house. An early start of 6:45, I left the hostel attempting to flag down a taxi. Barely any taxis would stop for me and when they did they all refused to take me to the cable car. I was ...
... to lie down into the river and as soon as we did we were swept downstream. It was exactly like being in lazy river and so fun. We then came to a tree trunk strategically placed across the river and climbed out to a natural slide. We took it in turns and were pushed down the rocks, it looked like you get whiplash but I can assure you it didn't hurt. The water was so fast though and you were under for a few seconds before surfacing. We then got back out of the river and continued walking ...