Day 6 – Hoi An

The day started with a bus trip along the coast, then over the Hai Van Quan pass, then down into Na Dang and onto Hoi An.

Hoi An is a UNESCO list world heritage area, dating back to the 15th century, with Japanese and Chinese Quarters. The town is crazy busy with bikes and people, but has such a relaxing feel. It has all the usual tourist trap stores, plus a huge number of tailors and boot makers. Dad has ordered a pair of custom made boots, which will ready by tomorrow afternoon. After checking in we headed for lunch, then an old town tour.

Time for a swim, a few drinks and dinner. The river front at night is ablaze with lanterns, including many gondola type boats on the river.

This is definitely a place you could come and stay for a week and just relax. Everything is so cheap, the food is great and the atmosphere is buzzy but relaxed.

1 thought on “Day 6 – Hoi An

  1. Hello there!

    We are loving seeing the blog at home (funny to be on the receiving end) and hearing all the stories. The places look fantastic and the photos are fabulous.

    Keep enjoying it all. Safe travels. Take care, Carol, Lauren and Lachlan xxxooo

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