Sun Spa Resort Quang Binh Vietnam
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On Wednesday 26th March our Hanoi, guide Mr Cong, met us from the overnight train from Lao Cai (Sapa) and escorted us to our "day use" hotel. Just in case you were wondering what the deal is with a day use hotel - the idea being we use the hotel facilities to shower and freshen up before heading off to Hanoi airport later in the day. After all …
... at 8ish, we saddled up and headed off to explore the Phong Nha national park. The scenary was incredible- it was like Halong Bay on land- massive karst mountains known to be the oldest in Asia.
We drove along, for 45 minutes enjoying the view, wind blowing in our hair (under a helmet, don't worry parents) to get to our first destination- Thien Duong Cave aka Paradise Cave which was ...
... We went in 1km again. The cave was absolutely spectacular, again it looked so fake, just too huge and beautiful to be real. The cave had a small opening then opened up into a huge 80 meters high. We walked down some wooden steps then followed the path along for 1km. It was an amazing experience. If you have a spare $3000 you can do the 7 day trek into the cave and camp over night. This sounds really cool as you can kayak and swim ...
... being more impressive than the last. Once we'd taken it all in we left the cave realising why it's called Paradise and trekked back to the bikes. With Lucas leading the way we followed him to Dark Cave. None of us really knew what to expect after visiting Paradise but once we got there we were put into a harness, life jacket and hard hat. Realising this cave was going to be more of an activity. We climbed a tower and had to zip wire into the ...
... we rode to the aptly named 'Pub with Cold beer'. For it was here we were told that we could catch a chicken, kill it and then go tubing while we waited for it to be cooked. As much as the honesty of this endeavour appealed to the two men in the other couples that came with us, I was more than happy to settle for simply the tubing and eating options. Indeed, the young Dutch man with us seemed a little too gleeful about his chicken murder! We, meanwhile headed upstream with a ...