Hoi An is a historic must-see town featuring on most visitor’s itineraries. It’s 30 km south of Danang, but has no railway station. Simply take a train to Danang, then a regular buses, minibus or taxi from Danang to Hoi An taking between 45 minutes and an hour. The bus costs about US$3, a taxi costs around US$9-15 depending on your negotiation skills.
| 8:40PM | In a taxi from the hostel. | 8:47PM | At the train station. | 10:15PM | Boarded and now in the tiniest bunk best evar. | 10:20PM | On our way! | 8:56AM | Arrived in Danang. | 9:00AM | In a taxi.
Getting Indian food!
| 3:44PM | Waiting for taxi at the hotel. | 3:52PM | In a cab to the airport. ₫ 500,000 for a private car. | 4:31PM | At the airport. | 4:44PM | Checked in. Flight’s delayed. | 7:07PM | Boarded! | 7:33PM | Take off! | 8:32PM | Landed! | 8:50PM | Picked up our bags. | 8:55PM | In a cab for 400,000 ($18-19). | 9:56PM | Arrived at the hostel. | 10:00PM | Hostel didn’t have any space.
10.3kg N 17.4kg L 17.7kg J