Mar 26 - Sighseeing Dang Hoi and caves.
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Da Nang
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Feb 2021

Coastal Trip
Feb 11

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First week of March.

Off to Dong Hoi
Mar 24

Mar 25 - Travelling to Dong Hoi.
Mar 25

Sighseeing Dong Hoi& caves.

Leaving Dong Hoi for Da Nang

Mar 28
Visiting Hoi An.

Mar 29
Dry wurs, Da Nang

Mar 30
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Visiting the caves.

The breakfasts at the Vienpearl Hotels are absolute fantastic. More like a 5 course dinner.

Yogurt with cheese and crackers are great.

Lovely, Vietnamese fruit all over the place.

Fancy carafes, or water bottles for juice.

On the road to the caves. One city advertise high over the valley bottom.

Time for a break with our friendly driver.

Phuong and Martin.

Having a lunch break.

On the road. Watch the tape.

We are walking up the road to the one cave of many.

A trip you can join, but it was too strenuous for Martin so we dropped it.

Busses lined up. No customers. Just outside the path up to the cave.

Phuong likes it.

At the cave entrance.

Rules of the caves. Make sense.

Some mushrooms on an old rotten log.

Hard work for an old man. Phuong gave Martin a stick to help him around.

Phuong is not an youngster either.

Nice to relax. Here Martin with his walking stick.

Dense, tropical foliage around the path all the way up.

Phuong got tired too.

Almost at the top where the entrance was.

Up the stairs to a Buddhist altar.

Martin at the entance.

Up the stairs.

Here we are.

Outdoor altar as well.

Phuong and some strange woman is praying.

Phuong in the cave. The trip down was strenuous as well.

A stalactite is an icicle-shaped formation that hangs from the ceiling of a cave and is produced by precipitation of minerals from water dripping through the cave ceiling. Most stalactites have pointed tips.

Martin and Phuong.

Another stalagmite a mound or tapering column rising from the floor of a cave, formed of calcium salts deposited by dripping water and often uniting with a stalactite.

Martin in the dark.

Another stalagmite a mound or tapering column rising from the floor of a cave, formed of calcium salts deposited by dripping water and often uniting with a stalactite.

Enormous cave.

Plenty space.

They are impressive.

Time to take the trip down again.

Overview of the cave, some 3 kms long.

The valley had a lot of churches. This is the main one.

Martin and Phuong outside the church.

It was build by a French bishop that settled here in 1920. The church took 4 years to build.

Church side.

Nice entrance to the church.

The priest, Francisco was a very nice, kind man.

The religious flag symbolizing the catholic church.

Off we go.

Another church in the valley. All thanks to the bishop of the 1920-ies.

They were nice.

We crossed a lovely creek on our route.

And in Dong Hoi, they had this nice one.

It was close to a school.

On the 26th of March, it was 13 years since the youth organization of the communist party of Vietnam was founded. They celebrated it at this school this day.

Our lunch restaurant. Com - Bin - Pho.

Road crossing.

We arrived at the next cave.

But it closed, 5 minutes before we arrive.

Here you take boats into the cave. Martin and Phuong at the shore.

Nice lake outside the cave, which it is said, to be the biggest in the world.

Phuong taking a photo.

And a beer is always nice.

Bye for now. Pity we could not enter.

On Saturday March 27th, time for some more sightseeing of Dang Hoi and off to Da Nang.

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