Truong Giang hotel
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Decent budget hotel, very accommodating staff. Situated 5mins from the beach with nice small independent eateries.
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We arrived in nha trang after an awful 12 hour sleeper bus journey from Saigon. Nha Trang is full of Russians because of he direct flights in from Moscow but this place felt most like a holiday for us as it was an escape from all of the busy cities we have been to.
We mainly just chilled out on the beach most days having our luch and a …
Nha Trang immediately struck us as very different to the other cities we'd visited in Vietnam. Predominantly a beach resort town, the place is full of Russians and expensive tourist restaurants serving up Western fare. Instead of the usual Vietnamese, French and English signage, Russian is everywhere. Take a stroll down the …
It was an early start to the day with our 11 hour bus ride to Nha Trang leaving at 7am. After being shuttled to the bus station on time we were told it would be 'just 10 minutes' before our bus arrived… we waited over an hour. The bus which eventually arrived had just gotten in from an overnight journey from Nha Trang …
Our next road trip takes us back to the coast to a resort called Nha Trang which is very popular with the Russians!
Tues 27th Aug - We still had a few things to check off the list in Dalat so we woke up early and started our day as per with a Pho Bo. We then took a trip to the market to look for some gloves. My hands have not taken well …
... bespectacled young lady named Phuong, but she confided her nickname was Candy. Our driver was Tuan (not yesterday’s Tuan). No bus boy helper today. The bus was air-conditioned, but not as colorfully decorated inside as yesterday’s.
Our first stop was the Long Son Pagoda. Originally built in 1886, it is Buddhist. One has to remove shoes and hats to enter the shrine. Uniformed men were very efficient in making sure everyone did so. Carol did not want ...