The rate of the rooms are quite cheap, and according to Lonely Planet (which we snapped pictures the other day) this is the place where you could find the best accommodation around, which cheap prices with lotsa facilities.
Loong posing in front of the guest house
It's true, because the guest house that we stayed in cost only USD12 (RM 36/4= RM9 person pernight) and there's swimming pool and four computers with Internet free for usage. :) but it was quite cold to swim.
After some conversations with the receptionist, i ran up to the room and screammmm
Laiyee made a cheong sam(USD17) and a shorts. I wanted to make a cheong sam too, but i already bought one at jonker earlier. T_T But, i did a pair of jeans(USD17) and a working skirt(USD10). heng chiang and siew loong made a blazer each at USD30. ( now think back i think i really siao poh la, who on earth would make these?)
Guess what, u can even make ur own shoes and bags. all leathers. too bad, if i knew earlier that i could tailor everything, i would have get all the designs that i want lor.. i saw a pair of heels that the angmoh made, damn nice le. so jealous. :(
not only you can get leather bags, shoes and clothes, but you can also get cheap hand-made bags around. The prices are quite cheap and i bought 6 bags which cost USD24 nia. However, they are quite fragile, and we had so much difficulty in transporting back those bags, moreover we were
in backpacking style. :P
there are two shops that sell colorful lanterns...very colorful and variety in shapes and designs. we wanted to buy a few back, but considering we were backpacking, so better don't buy too much to avoid heavy loaded later. hehe
so peaceful and beautiful, siew loong wants to sleep @.@
Laiyee admiring at the beautiful lanterns. ^^
Then, we walked across the bridge to have dinner. We sat at the upper floor, at the balcony, overseeing part of Hoi An. At times, it was too cold though. :S
the staircase was lighted by the lanterns.
I think i'm really bad at describing the scenery and everything. sorry ya. I think better let the pictures do the talking. :P
choose any dress you like. :)
we were eager to try it out, but to our dismay, it was just wanton in Msia. lol
very windy... and i love this pic too. very berFEEL. hahafamous attraction. the japanese bridge.
trying out the local red bean :)
Guess how many Gigs of photos we took.
till now.... :)
p/s: i really have no talent in writing. I hope you could feel my joy/experience.
Next post : Nha Trang ( lotsa pics ;) )