Dalat Tourism & Travel Guide

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City Center, Da Lat
Sucking in a lungful of fresh mountain air we headed to Coffee Street, which is packed with little coffee stalls (obviously). Combined with the clean, crisp air you’ll definitely be wide awake by now.We joined a local bus for the day-long drive to Dalat which gave us a chance to mix with locals and other travellers on board. We journeyned past rubber and teak plantations before ascending the jungle-clad pass to Bao Loc. We continued past tea and coffee plantations, where the people and their houses look very different to those in Ho Chi Minh.We explored some of the more interesting sights in Dalat, including the old railway station, Bao Dai, and the Hang Nga Guesthouse, known as the 'Crazy House'.We also paid a visit to one of Dalat's most notable residents, Buddhist monk/artist, Vien Thuc, and purchased his black ink on paper paintings and calligraphy for approximately US$5 a piece.We had lunch upstairs on the 'mezzanine' floor of the fruit and vegetable pavilion in Dalat's central market.We then took a trip out to 'Lat Village' – a local ethnic hill tribe community located just outside Dalat.
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Vietnam was next and I fell in loved the moment I stepped foot off the plane in October! By the time I reached Vietnam my blog was making enough money that I could stop building websites and could spend more time and efforts in growing my blog. I explored South Vietnam for 2 months before heading off to Cambodia as my Visa was expiring.

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