|On the bike ride to the beach. The green was so bright as to be electric.|
|I could hardly drag myself from the water.|
|Danielle getting measured for a dress.|
They also make shoes there. three pairs of leather sandals and one pair of leather heels made. The heels proved slightly problematic. I'm hoping the leather will stretch a bit. The sandals have definitely been integrated into rotation and can be resoled here if necessary since I seem to much harder on shoes here.
Definitely worth the stop and I could have happily lazed around for days on the beach but time was a-wastin'. at the end of our third day there we caught a night bus to Da Lat via Nah Trang. Bus one to Nha Trang was eleven hours and I slept ten of them. I was in a lower "bunk" towards the back and crashed out. These buses are set up in three columns of about eight to ten seats each in an upper and lower bunk. The seats are sort of like the pool side loungers that allow you to increase or decrease the angle of incline on the chair back.
|Down the bus aisle. Lower bunk towards the back, but not the very back, was a great place to sleep. Half a benedryl didn't hurt either.|
|My last look at Hoi An before waking up in Nha Trang.|
|Breakfast in Nha Trang. They were made in a clay frame, with a thin dough of rice flour, coconut milk and then egg in the middle. I don't know what they were called but they were very yummy.|
Onward for another six or seven hours to Da Lat, where we arrived in the rain.