Villa @ Red Bridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... as I turned to go she just switched off and started talking to her friend. No thank you by the way. As I was wheeling the bike onto the road I was watching her and she didn't so much as give me one glance. I was just a mobile ATM for her.
Back home for a rest and then to the Glory for drinks and really good spring rolls then another taxi shambles. I rang Mi at Mailinh taxis, he said 5 minutes, I go out the front and a taxi pulls up, I ...
... with fantastic scenery like nowhere else on earth. The boat was great, very comfortable, clean and luxurious. Non-buffet food would have made it even better. The staff were very courteous and extremely helpful.
We landed in Da Nang at about 7:00pm after a good flight. Our new guide Chan was at the airport to pick us up. We then had a drive of about 45 mins to the Victoria Hotel in Hoi An. The ...
Raining again this morning as we head over to breakfast. We stay nattering to other guests there for quite a while and discover we may be able to share a taxi to the airport on Saturday with a young couple from Amsterdam, Evo and Stephanie, so that should save us a few hundred thousand dong. By the time we've exhausted the conversation the rain has stopped and the weather is clearing so it's a beach day. It rained again while we had lunch ...
... right can do so unimpeded and without having to later scrape the remains of touristicus mobilicus from their vehicle. 4. All cars will toot the horn as they come up behind to warn that they are about to pass. Be not afraid, especially of those more enthusiastic horn players who seem to sit on the horn continuously. 5. Large trucks are generally aware that they take up a lot of the narrow paved road. If they must, they will sit behind you until it is clear for them to pass. ...
... set off at about 10, leaving our backpacks to be transferred to Hoi An for us. The first main stretch of the trip takes us on a thin little road through countless little villages and incredible postcard like scenery which is all very stereotypical Vietnam. Combining huge highways with straights literally over 5km long and tight bumpy roads, we arrive at the Pass. Unfortunately we are one man down ...