- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of houses with shacks intermingled with more affluent houses.
We stopped for a rest and some lunch from a street vendor who actually had quite a sophisticated setup compared to most. We chose our dish from the display not really knowing what we were getting as no English was spoken - we ...
... he is looking into the lense screaming 'aw I nearly lost you!' Haha! I didn't realise until we got close to the bottom of the fall that the drop was pretty high, the guide told us it was only 2 metres; there was no way in hell that was 2 metres high! More like 4 metres, and it may not sound that big but when your abseiling with a tonne of water falling on top of you and you have to let go of the rope that's saving you from falling it's a little nerve ...
... only $25 each with lunch included, that at home would cost at least £100 for the day I expect! We could already tell this hostel had a fab atmosphere, the family took away all the awkwardness by dancing and singing and being genuinely happy all the time, hugging you and chatting to you as though they'd known you forever; muma made you feel like part of the family as she just handed me and Scott a pair of gloves and a plate with a packet of rice paper on it and ...
... people – although Tam (Hannah's guy didn’t speak much English so he was just there for the motorbike riding, though he was such a lovely bloke). We stopped off at a coffee plantation which also produces Weasel coffee, which is the same as the Kopi Luwak we tried in Indo – basically coffee beans that have been **************ed out by the cats, tasty!
We headed to Elephant waterfall and walked down to the bottom where we got a bit of ...
... We grabbed a nice freshly cooked corn on the cob from a street vendor, to help warm us up, and followed directions to a lonely planet recommended hostel, which turned out to be shut. So, after walking around for a little bit we stumbled across a very friendly and welcoming hostel (Phuong Hanh hostel), where we bartered for a private room with en suite for $9 a night. To get to know the area we decided to find the market and try the local street food. One of the ...