Villa @ Red Bridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... night for five months, the cheaper the better! However we've managed to snuff out a couple of places where we can eat a lovely meal for £1.50. That's more like it. During our first day in Hoi An we decided to rent out a bicycle again due to success we had doing so in Hue. We planned to go to the beach first of all and, despite a little off-road detour through paddy fields and coming across a few Buffaloes, we made it to a very nice beach. Golden sand, blue skies and a ...
... buffalo!!!! Amazing. Next was shopping with Amanda (a girl on my tour), I went a bit crazy with all my bartering, managing to get about 50% off every item. One shop owner eventually gave up and claimed I had won the battle! When Amanda left I decided to shop a bit longer, wanting to pick out some edgy temple trousers (such a traveller), that's when the dog bit me. The next day luckily we were leaving Hoi An so I could try and get over my shaken ...
... whether I told you that the music there is always classical and this day it was all Mozart. The girl was about 15 years old, couldn't speak any english and couldn't stop dancing. Any request we made sent her off down the quaint little path to the kitchen, twirling and dancing all the way. She was bewitching. The food was ok, but the overwhelming pleasure came from the girl and the setting by the river. The little fishing boats chugged by, ...
We left Hoi An just after noon yesterday which meant that we could have a morning in the sun, we had done our packing the previous night and it didn't take long. We had eaten at the hotel as it was the Vietnamese buffet which was very good especially when accompanied by 2 bottles of wine and some beers. The road to Da Nang is very good and mostly straight, there is a lot of new construction, a Crowne Plaza, Hyatt Regency and a couple of golf courses popular with ...
... and charming, there isn't a ton of nightlife here. We became regulars at this chill place called Dive Bar early in the night that had cheap drinks and live music but it was weird since we kept seeing the same people there every night who seemed as if they were permanent resident travellers in the area hanging out at their local "Cheers" bar. There were 2 bars that actually got going pretty rowdy called "Backpackers Bar" and "Why Not". The Why Not bar ...