DATANLA WATERFALLS VIETNAM
As I said to my last blog post I will be blogging a lot about our second holiday trip in Vietnam which is more on nature and cold weather condition. Indeed Da Lat Vietnam which is in the mountain range 9hours drive from Ho Chi Minh is totally breathtaking from the high mountains, scary zigzag road and different towns we’ve been to on the way to Da Lat. It is quite amazing how different this place is, Away from a noisy busy road full of motorbikes, Crowded people and away from the dirty air coming from the smokey vehicles.
The roller coaster ride is the first climax and heart pumping activity we’ve done that day. It is not going to move automatically and not controlled by some one, But only you. It has a small long stick on the right hand side and three people can fit in one car, but only one people has the total control of it. Gotta be careful though, Because there are people who started the pace of the ride already and they might stop somewhere in the middle you don’t know and an accident will surely happen I guess. Our ride had gone pretty smoothly but nearly before the pit stop, One tourist guy stopped in the middle and we had to stop as well. His pointing something in the bush, But since we cannot understand Vietnamese We just waited for the guy to start the ride again going to the falls. Picture above is my daughter Ashlee waiting for the next ride. The second photo above when we stopped to take a photo with the waterfalls. Oh! We just knew that it’s actually a big snake in the bush when a guy translated it for us after we had reached the waterfalls! haha Lucky I really didn’t see it haha!
Yeah! a Family photo atlas! Backview is the Datanla Waterfalls. Thanks to our friend Allan who almost took our family photo all the time were in Vietnam. That’s the first waterfalls! Isn’t it gorgeous! I know but sad to say that it is not allowed to even swim to any falls that you can see because of the strong water current and big rocks everywhere!
Posing while climbing up the hill to see the waterfall much nearer. You gotta cross the bridge where the water exactly falls and have strong water current! We got a bit wet also haha!
Another huge waterfall! I took this photo just using my iPhone so sorry if a bit blurry this one. It’s actually my husband there standing hehe camera-shy! You have to ride the cable car first and then ride the excalator (Picture above) going down to this waterfall can you actually believe that? Very modern and tourists friendly You think? Specially to the old people who still wants to go mountains like this. Right? They didn’t have to walk that much and just enjoy the rides and the view of course!
Our very dearest couple friends Anna Nhu and Allan who’s going to have their first baby very soon! We are all excited! See guys very soon again!
Peace sign from Mr. Fu! Our very good driver who drove us and keep us very safe through a long and winding road activity for the past 3days we stayed in Da Lat Vietnam! Thanks to you guys! We surely miss you all and hope to seeing you again very soon with your bouncing baby boy Allan and Nhu! I miss the cold weather and flowers there! Excited to blog about the night market and cheap stuffs I bought! Watch out for that guys! You’ll going to meet some other very good Vietnamese’ friends who made our holiday complete! Thanks guys! God Bless! xoxo
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