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    Ok thanks for that good advice, air then taxi

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    Or Train

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by billy the kid
    dust Danang with neplam
    Agent orange. Napalm quite a bit further north.
    I love da smell of napalm in the morning


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    Marble mountains a 15 minute drive from danang and on the road to hoi an, it has statues and caves , you can walk up for free or take an elevator







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    Sounds and looks nicer than Pattaya

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker
    we flew vietnam airlines vientiane-phnom penh-ho chi minh then Vietjet to Danang
    That's three flights. Three ascents up into the ether in a flimsy piece of budget airline metal. I would've required many prescription pharmaceuticals and pints of alcohol to make that trip. But, hey! I'm a poof!

    Nice report, Laoski.

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    Danang is on the Han river and has 4 large bridges crossing it, This ones called the dragon bridge and on saturday nights they close it to traffic for 15 minutes while the dragon spews fire and water, quite a nifty feature







    I would of liked to have got some pics of it doing its thing with the fire and water but i was in a bar on the piss with Crocman and his lovely wife, my little point and shoot is shit at night for pics





    The back of crocs head

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    I would of liked to have got some pics of it doing its thing with the fire and water but i was in a bar on the piss with Crocman

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    A great way to get yor bearings when in a new place is to hop in a rickshaw and get pedalled liesurely around




    Locals playing chess besides the river




    There a lot stronger than they look those rickshaw wallas ^


    Ive no idea what these girls were promoting but whatever it is i,ll take some


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    Danang cathedral,



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    The hai van pass

    we decided to take a trip to lang co and heard that the trip was worth doing if only for the magnificent views, The pass crosses over a spur of the truong son mountain range , would be an even better short trip by train i reckon







    Totally deserted beaches


    At the top of the pass there are fortifications built by the french and later used by the americans





    Coming down the mountain you come to the small town of Lang co, theres a few resorts here but the place was pretty dead, has some potential though






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    Is this place going to kick Thailand's tourism arse?

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    The resort in Lang co looked nice, didnt see any punters staying there though,



    The only thing to do in Lang co is eat seafood





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    Quote Originally Posted by Henrie View Post
    Is this place going to kick Thailand's tourism arse?
    Dunno. but its next on my list of places to go...great pictures bld, thanks for posting.

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    Looks like Nok will begin flying there soon.Nok Air & NokScoot Part 2: domestic and regional expansion including three new routes to Vietnam | CAPA - Centre for Aviation

    There are no flights there from Thailand now, which is weird.

    To get there now for me takes either 13 hours on a bus from Mukdahan or fly to Bkk then HCM then Danang.

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    Some would say the back of my head is my best feature BLD, enjoying the thread but have to spread the love.

    Will start one myself once I get photobucket under control again.

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    BLD - I hope you gave the wallah a nice tip for driving such a large mammal. No moobs? Misskit, patsy & I will be disappointed.

    Crocman - the back of ur head looks vely hansum.

    -frm fone, on lnch brk. Tnx for d pix, bld!

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    Brings back memories, BLD. I never got to Danang. I like that dragon bridge. Looks like good times...

    I did spend time in Hoi An, and north of there for a month. Vietnam has great beaches, but I find the people will rip you off with extra hidden fees.

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    In stead of returning from Lang co via the pass again you can take the 5km long tunnel that goes through the mountain and shortens the trip to danang considerably






    In the afternoons after seeing the sights for the day we would head downtown for drinks and seafood, Not a lot of pubs around or maybe i wasnt looking in the right places
    This one was pretty friendly and at 20,000 dong for a san mig you cant go wrong



    The friendly waitress took good care of the nippers to


    Couple of doors down was an aussie pub


    And a quirky little bar called Minsk bar






    i was being given the evil eye by mrs BLD which can only mean 1 thing.
    DONT order another beer and take me to eat seafood, fuk, cuckolded by a crustacean again.



    Love it when they are still swimming around









    Finish of the evening with a couple more san migs in a couple more pubs


    Ladybloke? we will have to ask butters
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    Looks like you brought home lots of cholesterol as your souvenir

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    Quote Originally Posted by katie23 View Post
    BLD - I hope you gave the wallah a nice tip for driving such a large mammal. No moobs? Misskit, patsy & I will be disappointed.

    Crocman - the back of ur head looks vely hansum.

    -frm fone, on lnch brk. Tnx for d pix, bld!
    Actually i gave him a bloody good tip Katie. Told him to buy low and sell high Bastard wanted double than what we had agreed on when we stopped , Quite a slippery bugger he was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crocman View Post
    Some would say the back of my head is my best feature BLD, enjoying the thread but have to spread the love.

    Will start one myself once I get photobucket under control again.
    Hope you enjoyed your trip mate, look forward to the pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henrie View Post
    Looks like Nok will begin flying there soon.Nok Air & NokScoot Part 2: domestic and regional expansion including three new routes to Vietnam | CAPA - Centre for Aviation

    There are no flights there from Thailand now, which is weird.

    To get there now for me takes either 13 hours on a bus from Mukdahan or fly to Bkk then HCM then Danang.
    Thanks for the link henrie,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henrie View Post
    Looks like you brought home lots of cholesterol as your souvenir
    Cheeky barsteward. but yes, the wallet and waistline took a hammering despite my valient effort at drinking san migual light at every opportunity, Its a Low Cal beer dontcha know

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    Quote Originally Posted by phukitbound View Post
    Brings back memories, BLD. I never got to Danang. I like that dragon bridge. Looks like good times...

    I did spend time in Hoi An, and north of there for a month. Vietnam has great beaches, but I find the people will rip you off with extra hidden fees.
    You must of met this guy?

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