|The date was 13 December 2016. Danang during a raining season where most of the time it was wet and the Vietnamese wears huge poncho while riding their motorbikes.|
Some of their daily scenes in Danang.
|Our first visit to the touristic spots of Da Nang was the Zone 5 Military Museum which covers all the wars in Vietnam and has so many exhibits to see from small weapons to jet planes.|
Entrance fee is 60,000 Dong for non-Vietnamese. It is free for the local.
|Jo shopping for local helmet.|
Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculptures has the largest collection of Cham Art in the world. It is located near Han River where the Dragon Bridge is also located.
|It was time to look for food and this attractive chicken delicacy shop managed to convince me try the food. It was indeed a good choice the poached chicken was truly delicious which was eaten with some pickles, spices and lime.|
|Jo had a puncture at her rear wheel, it was a tiny puncture and a spare tube was available for the replacement.|
|Da Nang Cathedral was built by French priest Louis Vallet in 1923, with a pink-painted edifice that earns its reputation as one of the most unique catholic churches in Vietnam.|
|Trawler boats seen at the River of Han from the Dragon Bridge.|
|On our way back to the villa, we went to My Khe Beach. The sea was rough I doubt it is good for a swim. This clean sandy beach apparently stretches very long for miles and it was named by the US soldiers during the Vietnam War.|
|We found a travel agency to book for a day tour to Hue on the 5th day of this stay. So Day 5 is taken care, tomorrow we will cycle to Hoi An but the weather is expected to continue to be wet.|
|As we were cycling towards Lotte Mart from My Khe Beach we saw this temple with a huge white statue at the main road and I found out that it is the Chua Ba Da Pagoda.|
|At the proximity of Lotte Mart we saw this amusement park known as Asia Park with a huge ferris wheel together with a few sport complexes.|
|Banh Mi sandwich again and it is so easily found on the streets of Vietnam. This one is just near the bicycle repair shop. We packed two and bought a few cans of beer back. Hoi An is next on the list for tomorrow's itinerary.|
|The route we took for day 2.|