Hanging out in Hoi An
Posted On Wed, Oct 23, 2013 by Peter Smith
After spending a long time in Nha Trang, I decided to go to Da Nang Station. This was not my destination however and I still needed to backtrack thirty or so kilometers south along the coast to the ancient town of Hoi An.

An uneventful thirty minutes later we had arrived at the new centre are of Hoi An and my hotel of choice. I had elected for a private room for this city at the Dai Long, a small budget guesthouse on the backpacker circle that was only a few doors away from the Hop Yen hostel. It was a great move as the A/C was already running and my passport was winging its way to a visa extension the moment it hit the front desk.

Once again it was steaming; the temperature in the thirties and you could feel the humidity in the air. That didn’t stop me from exploring though and I set off map in hand to wander the streets of this ancient town. You have to navigate the usual hustle of taxis and vendors but it was a breeze compared to Nha Trang.

Quiet Hoi An Ancient town - Hoi An daily tours
A peaceful life in Hoi An Ancient Town
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