Villa @ Red Bridge
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... about fish. Then taken to another island to get changed for swimming, then to a cove for snorkelling. In fact coral not amazing, a few fish. Visibility not great as South China Sea is green. Then back into boat to a lovely beach for lunch in a big shack. Surprisingly good food, mussels, fish, noodles, rice, broccoli , omelette. Interesting mixture. Decided not to look at the kitchen, end of holiday so ...
... We demanded our pops were
taken care of and high tailed it out of there in disgust!!!
.......Just kidding. We tried to order pizza again.
really not that uncommon to see this kind of behavior here and unless
you plan to pay top dollar in over achieving tourist establishments
you're going to basically be eating in someone's house.. with their
kids.. and their dogs... and in some cases their toenails. At least he
had the courtesy ...
... time. Spent one downpour in an old cafe, had Mango lassee, chatted to a lone French traveller, who looked like a student but was a bank manager in Brittany. Enjoyed the shopping, dodged another shower having lunch overlooking the river. Saw the Japanese covered bridge 16 th ...
... tailors in the morning and put another order in! Got sorted with alterations and then had a really nice walk along the river which runs through Hoi An. All the buildings there are so beautiful. You can tell the French influence. Back to the tailors for alterations that night then went to dinner at a famous return to called Morning Glory. The first time I think I had really enjoyed Vietnamese food! We then went for ...
... going by Miss Vy's other Restos it'll be good. Swimming pool, best quality beds and fittings, at least that's what they said. Time will tell.
The other thing I found out today is that the bridge to nowhere goes nowhere both ends! It doesn't connect with the beach road as I thought, that would require another three bridges. So it is simply to make it easier to get into Hoi An from Highway 1 presumably. It will be a Street without Joy I tells ...