White Snow Hotel (Tuyet Trang)

177 Phan Chau Trinh, Da Nang, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 177 Phan Chau Trinh, Da Nang, is near The Marble Mountains.
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Travel Blogs from Da Nang

Hoi An. Day 5

A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell on Jul 26, 2014

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... bikes, particularly as they cost so little. This evening, we went to a beautiful restaurant called "The Secret Garden" and it certainly was hidden away down some twisting and turning lane ways, where, along the way, we peeked through open doorways into the private lives of the Vietnamese. What a green oasis it was when we found the restaurant - a walled garden, complete with trees, pond ...

July 12th, 11,807 Miles, or Just Halfway

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 12, 2014

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... Walked the Thai Burma Railway Paid our WW2 & Tsunami respects Joined a national water-fight and got soaked during Songkran & again for Pi Mai Did nothing in Don Det Got lost in Laos Ate a Jelly Fish Joined a biker gang Motorcycled the Dong Van loop, mostly Ate an insect Made friends from; The US, Canada, Ecuador, Ireland, Australia, Germany, Russia, Switzerland, Finland, France, Italy, Holland, ...

Hoi An

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 06, 2014

3 comments, 14 photos

... into Bianca twice more, she's off to sing karaoke with some locals while went to see some baby tossing. A circus act began with a pair travelling gymnasts impressively throwing each other around the harbor. It finished with their baby joining them, in an uncomfortable five minutes he was thrown between them, and swung by his feet. Dad got both barrels from a concerned Chinese women and agreed to stop. Their hat needed emptying of Dong anyway. The baby was having a ...

Old Town Hoi An

A travel blog entry by erikandaurea on Jun 19, 2014

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... river. We bought some stuff. One of the things we noticed was that the shops selling touristy stuff are plenty; and for good reason. There are plenty of tourists (mostly backpackers and older people) in Hoi An. But being a smaller town, the individual business owners and workers are likely much more dependent on tourists than Hanoi, and there is a lot of competition. So while they are by and large friendlier, they are simultaneously more pushy. ...

Now I'm in Hoi An! I have moved!

A travel blog entry by dirtbagweesel on Jun 04, 2014

Today I am in Hoi An. Today is tomorrow. It will one day be yesterday, and then yestermonth, yesteryear, yesteryouth.

Where did all the time go? It seems like I get exponentially older, and soon I will wake up in my 70s and resent the younger version of myself who wasted all his time. What a wasted life. So much potential! I just cruised along, taking the path of least resistance, wilfully ignoring all the lucky opportunities life presented me.

I like candy.

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