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A Travel Blog by stephanberlin
... car up Tampa mountain and from there enjoy a beautiful view over the town below and the surrounding plains with their intermittent mountains. Another surprisingly nice place. For dinner under umbrellas on the main square I enjoy a rich meal with local ...
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A Travel Blog entry by banyon from Hoi An, Vietnam
... huge. Eight lanes across (when everyone rides a bike!) at some points and the traffic isn't too bad. We cruise towards the Marble Mountains at a steady pace, weaving around scores of bicycles and mopeds and staying close to the edge of the road whenever a ...
A Travel Blog entry by theklikas from Da Nang, Vietnam
... bit like a tiny Angkor Wat in Cambodia. We thought it was just ok (and J managed to get bitten by lots of bugs). Marble Mountains are 5 striking limestone hills just south of Da Nang. There are walks within the hills to see Buddhist temples and caves with ...
A Travel Blog entry by dreamchaser from Hue, Vietnam
... we had a wonderful view on the sea. In Da Nang we had a short view on the Cao Dai temple, but went on to the marble mountains, since it was closed. On the marble mountains we visited some of the caves, which was really hard work: imagine to climb 100 ...
A Travel Blog entry by giapunat from Hoi An, Vietnam
... dodicenni barbari, poi discesa con caduta d'orso e gruppo di giapponesi tutti preoccupati che la sostenevano moralmente. Dopo 2 ore di marble mountains (ma il marmo nelle montagne chi l'ha visto? chissą da dove arriva quello dei vari scultori/venditori ...
A Travel Blog entry by tomandlizzie from Da Nang, Vietnam
... ! 14/03/2009 Fully refreshed we got up, walked along the river and sorted a car to take us to the Marble Mountains. These consist of five marble outcrops that were once islands. Buddhist sanctuaries and temples are sheltered in natural caves. There ...
A Travel Blog entry by ryansarah from tp. Hội An, Quang Nam province, Vietnam
... . It was so hot we were all melting! :S 36 degrees plus! We took a car from our hotel at 2pm to Danang to visit the famous Marble Mountains 23km away. It was 400,000 D for the car and he waited for us to bring us back when we were ready. We took the lift ...
A Travel Blog entry by rolandandlinda from Hoi An, Vietnam
... some enchantment. As we had time to spare before our train’s departure, our driver offered to take us to the Marble Mountains, south of Danang and just off the China Beach coastal road. They consist of five craggy marble outcrops each topped with ...
A Travel Blog entry by mariaraun from tp. Hội An, Quang Nam province, Vietnam
Idag lejde vi nogle motorcykler for $5 og kørte i ca 45 min mod marble mountains. Der var mange trapper og kinesere, men smuk udsigt. Vi havde om aftenen bestil bord på den populære restaurant morning glory, hvor vi fik utrolig lækker ...
A Travel Blog entry by danyahonza from Da Nang, Šą Nẵng, Vietnam
... stalo skutecnosti, skutecne jsme se i pres rozdilne plany nasich cest potkali v jednom meste a nakonec v jednom aute... Prvni cil: Marble Mountains Mramorove hory jsou castym cilem turistu a rada CK do nich organizuje zajezdy busem. Necekali jsme mnoho. ...
A Travel Blog entry by koppers from Marble Mountain, Vietnam
... Beach). Interestingly, the Vietnamese have begun importing all their marble from China, in an effort to preserve what's left of the mountains. We rented some decent hybrid bikes (30,000 a piece, about $2) and biked the estimated 28 kms out there. The ...
A Travel Blog entry by madpal from Marble Bar, Australia
... usual we are amazed at the beautiful countryside and comment all the time it's nothing like we expected. Rugged ranges, stoney mountains and then suddently mesa hills where you expect cowboys and indians to appear any time. After more loads of ...
A Travel Blog entry by jawad from Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia
Today Mat offered to take me out west to the Blue Mountains for some mountain biking. It had been a few months since I had been cycling and I was keen to do get some riding in, even though I had never before attempted to ride off road down mountainous ...
A Travel Blog entry by barbara9909 from Rwenzori Mountains National Park, Uganda
... and Coffee Bar. Here is a description from their facebook page: "Located in the foothills of the Rwenzori Mountains, the centre is just off the main road between Queen Elizabeth National Park and Fort Portal, 11km from Kasese - the only ...
A Travel Blog entry by tridentalx from Da Nang, Vietnam
... for some rolls for lunch, 28p gives you a fair sized baguette with roast pork and salad - you can't beat that. We reach Marble Mountain and go and explore. They are five craggy marble outcrops which are topped each by a pagoda. The caves here we're ...
A Travel Blog entry by suzandtrent from Firenze, Italy
... our time in the tour inside the mountain, we were then chauffeured slightly down the mountain to a little shop which sold food and marble products. We were given some traditional food of the area, called lardo, which simply is pig lard. It is spiced and ...
A Travel Blog entry by kcsinasia from Ngũ Hành Sơn, Da Nang, Vietnam
This morning we visited Marble Mountain here in Da Nang. It is a natural feature of 5 craggy marble outcrops each named for an element (water, wood, fire, metal, & earth.) They are full of caves, used pretty heavily by the VC during the war, one was ...
A Travel Blog entry by cyclingvietnam from Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam
... jatkaa matkaa kohti Hoi Ania. Oli erittäin miellyttävää ajella rannikkoa pitkin, merituulen työntäessä vauhtia selästä. Marble Mountainssille saavuttiin reilun puolen tunnin päästä. More like Marble Hills. Nämä jossain määrin hypetetyt ...
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