|Hoi An River at night|
We flew into Danang and got ripped on a taxi to Hoi An (Note to self: avoid the man with the walkie talkie at the airport who will "helpfully" get you a taxi) and decided to stay at the Long Life Hotel. We were insistant on staying somewhere with a pool before we realised the weather was much cooler up this end of the country. Our sunny days in Asia were over!
|Long Life Hotel at night|
Hoi An is a really pretty World Heritage Listed town. At night it looks beautiful with lights and lanterns everywhere. The buildings are also very different from the style seen elsewhere in Vietnam as this town was not bombed during the war.
|Infront of the famous "Japanese Bridge"|
We were able to enjoy some of the best food we have had in Vietnam, starting with a delicious breakfast at our hotel every morning.
|Kim enjoying a delicious mango cocktail one night at dinner|
Hoi an is also home to some great bars, in particular we really enjoy Before and Now, which has some amazing artwork by a local artist. Link to his Facebook here.
|Artwork in the bar by Tran Trung Linh|
|Delicious cocktails at Before and Now|
I also had a coat made at Kimmy Tailor because I will need it in the chilly weather in Scotland and some leather boots, plus Kim and I got matching high heels, and she also got another cream pair. Nothing like proper leather shoes fitted to your feet!
|Lets go get a fitting after we have some drinks...|
|Remember to act really sober now...|
|Cycling around Hoi An with Kim and Matt|
|Best sandwich ever|
|Food at the local market. Cheap and delicious!|
|Delicious fish baked in leaves|
In all, if you can spare the time I would always make a trip here, even just for a couple of days to enjoy the food and have some tailor made clothes or shoes whipped up!
|Attempt to copy Louboutin shoes results in flight attendant shoes instead...|