Category Archives: VietNam

May 13, 2016, Fri, Ho Chi Minh City

Early morning we have our final plunge swim, dress, pack up, and check out of the Amano’i.  It is about an 1 1/2 hour drive to the Can Ranh Airport (major US airport in American war).  A 35 minute flight … Continue reading

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May 12, Thur, Amano’i

Seemingly redundant, we spend the day in the water and at the beach.  Mid- morning we went out in the bay on a Hobie Cat to check out the view from off shore.  The wind cooperated for a fun and … Continue reading

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May 11, 2016, Wed, Amano’i

Time is flying and yet we have a leisurely swim in the morning, followed by breakfast and return to reading poolside until lunch time.  We adventure out of the resort by car up the highway 20 minutes, then take a … Continue reading

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May 10, 2016, Tues, Amano’i

The temperatures are hot.  We swim at 6 am in our pool, breakfast, and head on down to the beach.  This is our introduction to the Beach Club with its pool, restaurant, and water activity center.  We spend the day … Continue reading

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May 9, 2016, Mon, Nui Chua Natl Park

Waking up to fog reminded us of home. Quickly we realized that we are in Dalat listening to the early morning sounds of church bells, roosters, dogs barking, motors, etc. After  checking out of the Ana Mandara, we start our … Continue reading

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May 8,2016, Sun, Dalat

The church bells ring at 5 AM, 5:30 and then they stop.  It is just enough to time to wake up and go back to sleep before the second round. This morning we first visit the Dao Dai’s Summer Palace. … Continue reading

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May 7, 2016, Sat, Dalat

After arriving in the dark last night ,it is a surprise to view our surroundings in daylight.  We are situated on a hillside in a 20-30s villa of stylized French architecture. The Ana Mandara Villas are a little funky as … Continue reading

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