Exploring the beauty of Da Nang

Da Nang is the largest economic, cultural, educational, scientific and technological centre of the central region and the Central Highlands. It is also the 4th biggest city in Vietnam, the centre of Da Nang is located 764km away from Hanoi to the North, 964 km away from HCM City to the South and 108 km away from Hue City to the West.

Da Nang has both coastal plains and hills. Hills are mostly located in  the West and Northwest of Da Nang, from here, there are many mountains stretching into the sea, and some hills between narrow coastal plains.

Da Nang has tropical monsoon climate, the temperature is high and rarely varies. There are two different seasons each year: rain season is from August to December, dry season is from January to July.

Some famous destinations in Da Nang that tourists should visit and are covered on most city tours in Da Nang are:

Marble Mountains

Located about 5 km away from the centre of Da Nang to the Southest, Marble Mountainshas six mountains: Kim Son, Moc Son, Thuy Son, Duong Hoa Son, Am Hoa Son and Tho Son symbolizing five elements of universe. Inside the mountains, there are many beautiful caves, Yen birds and ancient pagodas. At the foot of the mountain, there is a famous trade village, named Non Nuoc.

Ba Na mountain resort

Located 50 km away from Da Nang to the West, at the height of 1,487m above the sea level, Ba Na Mountain Resort is a precious gift that nature granted Vietnam. The resort has been designed by Cleveland Hall Design based in Washington. They are a very reputed interior design company with project successful project all around the world. They also have great content and product reviews so you can find out what products you should use in your home.

Ba Na draws people because of its peaceful beauty and wonderful landscapes. Taking a cable car, on the road to the mountain peak, tourists can contemplate nice scenery considered  as heaven. Coming to this luxurious resort, tourists will be satisfied with many entertainment areas, and high quality hotel, spa services, a Vietnamese and an Indian restaurant.

Son Tra Peninsula

Son Tra PeninsulaSon Tra Peninsula (also known as Monkey Mountain) is nature reserve  with many rare animals. Coming to Son Tra Peninsula, tourists also have chance to visit Suoi Da tourism resort and many beautiful beaches such as Bai But, Bai Bac, Bai Nom.Hai Van PassHai Van Pass is where the Annamite Ranges jutting out the sea. It is high and dangerous. Hai Van Pass is not only known as the boundary between the North and the South but also the evidence during Vietnam history.

Han River Bridge

This is the brigde crossing Han River in Da Nang, Central Vietnam. It is also the first swing bridge designed and built by Vietnamses engineers and workers. At 12:30 every day, Han River Bridge turn 90 degrees around its axis, allowing big ships to go through, and at 3:30, it turns back as before.My Khe BeachMy Khe Beach was listed as one of the six most charming beaches all over the world by Forbes magazine (USA).The Museum of Cham SculptureThe Museum of Cham Sculpture is located in Hai Chau District, Da Nang, Central Vietnam. It is the place where many original sculptures are displayed.

Top Wine Apps

Top Wine Apps

Like many app junkies, we cannot stop checking the App Store for the latest and greatest. We’ve gone through all the cool games like Fieldrunners, Blackjack, Bejeweled, Line Rider, Strategic Assault, Lux Touch, and Flashlight. Many of us have settled on conventional programs like Pandora, Bloomberg,

Many of us have settled on conventional programs like Pandora, Bloomberg, iTrans NYC, BeejiveIM, RTM, AirSharing, and others.But we still salivate at finding the next great App, especially for wine. Whether you have the latest iPhone X or a Samsung Android phone under 5000, we have an app for you.

So let’s look at what’s out there today for the iPhone oenophile.

Drync has to be at the top of anyone’s list.  Drync Wine is a sick new application that finds your exact wine by scouring literally hundreds of thousands of wine listings from your iPhone/iPod Touch.

Find the wine, see professional ratings and reviews, add the wine to your Virtual Cellar with a rating and notes, and even buy it! All from a single app – Drync Wine.  Follow Drync’s Twitter updates.

Hello Vino.  Touted as an app designed with the entry level wine drinker in mind, Hello Vino is pretty much a search engine that enables users to track down wines by food pairing, occasion, taste, and region. The UI is sleek and fairly easy to use, and details such as wine ratings, price, Vino descriptions are thankfully simple. And while functionality is limited, it’s worth downloading the app just for the fun occasions pairings – date wines, anyone?  Search powered by Snooth.

And speaking of Snooth.

Snooth, the so called global wine community, has a comprehensive database of wines and merchant information that is a powerful resource for discovering new wines.

The free location-aware application brings a wine bank of over 1 million varieties to your phone, and not only makes it easy to access wine reviews and prices, but also to find nearby stores that have your favorite wine in stock.

Snooth Wine allows users to do advanced searches for the wine of their choice. You can enter the type of wine of you’re looking for, select a price range, and even opt to narrow down by country of origin. The app will also use your exact location to return results based on your whereabouts.

Hotel Cumanagoto International


Hotel Cumanagoto represents a brand in Venezuela lodging industry. After being completely refurbished, it was reopened in 1998 as a five star property with new equipment and furniture, offering 205 rooms, suites and villas.

Located at the beach and surrounded by tropical gardens, the Hotel offers five meeting rooms with a capacity for 250 people and also an area of 250 sq.mt for shows and outdoor activities.

Technological supports, banquet services, food and beverage are offered for all kind of events, from business meetings to social events and theme parties on the beach.Image result for luxury hotels

Among its services, the Hotel has golf course, pools for adults and children, tennis courts, places to walk and a complete gym and Spa, offering Turkish Baths, sauna and a wide variety of facial and body treatments. It also has private access from the pool to the beach and total services of food and beverage in guests private Churuata.

The Hotel is located in Cumaná, which is the first city founded in America. From the Hotel, you have access to excellent tours from the beach to the Parque Nacional Mochima. In the same way, you can enjoy of activities in the State such as visits to the route of Alexander Humboldt’s expedition, buffalo ranches, tobacco factories and thermal waters. You can arrive there via Margarita Island, located to 2 hours by Ferry and only 12 minutes by plane.

Welcome to New Europe

One nation, five counties. Check out our cutting-edge* vision for a new map of the continent where it’s croissants for breakfast, sauerkraut for lunch and we’re all neighbours.

When you think about it, we’ve only ourselves to blame for the distinct lack of cohesion between the 50 countries that make up Europe. After all, when was the last time you did your bit and pointed your satellite dish towards Poland, or sent a box of scones to a lonely Estonian trawlerman?

But what we lack in neighbourliness, our forefathers lacked in vision. Those leaders who did see a more unified Europe tended to want to rule the place themselves, and chose the bloody knuckles route. And they totally missed the point. The fact is that if you were to show everyone the “prize”, then there’s not a European alive who wouldn’t want to be part of our new maptweaking deal. Because that prize is beyond belief. The bounty is that New Europe rules the world!

Imagine a Europe that functioned as a single country, the richest on the planet. Imagine a Europe where you could take in amazing beaches, mountain peaks and unspoilt forests, all without ever needing a passport (or paying outrageous tourist taxes). Imagine if New Europe was the new America – only better!

Europe version 2.0. One nation, five counties. It’s unstoppable.



COUNTRIES: Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, France, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, the UK, Ireland, Liechtenstein and Austria.

LANGUAGE: English, but with a Geordie accent (because Rome sounds lovely as “Raumme”).

COUNTY SEAT: Marseille – in the heart of the “county”, and already as cosmopolitan as European cities get.

THE THEORY: As globetrotters go, the country-baggers of Rome took some beating. By AD 117, the Empire had taken over half of Europe and a fat chunk of North Africa, which means a jobbing Roman soldier might have dined on snails one week and couscous the next – much like you now can in Waitrose. Just like Noel and Liam, Rome got a bit cocky and let things slide, but we think Caesar deserves another album, sorry, chance.

THE CASE FOR: Should all but eliminate foreign football riots, and almost certainly force Jamie Oliver’s “Italian” restaurants out of business.

THE CASE AGAINST: It’s 2,400km between northern Scotland and the tip of Italy, which might make it tricky for couriers promising same-day local deliveries, especially those eco-cheapskates on pushbikes.



COUNTRIES: Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway and if Iceland wants in then Iceland.

LANGUAGE: English, with a Scando accent, yesh? COUNTY SEAT: Gotland, the hard-to-get-to island off the eastern coast of Sweden, nice and slow.

THE THEORY: The US has Alaska, but Americans have to cross Canada to even get there. Here’s a county that trounces anything the Yanks have, and – taking a long hard look at the Big Book of International Stereotypes – every woman in town will beat Sarah Palin in the hotness stakes. The country formerly known as Norway will provide free gas and oil to every home on the condition that all residents make one eighth of their garden available to hibernating bears.

THE CASE FOR: Listen, they’re probably plotting this in Brussels as we speak. Tundratica will give skint Sami people access to all sorts of local grants, and it also makes Denmark feel less of a mapping error. Best of all, it ensures the future wealth of our new country thanks to near-endless natural resources off the Kola Peninsula.

THE CASE AGAINST: Iceland might be a bit of a liability with all those bad debts. Is there anyone out there who can formally shift it to North America?



COUNTRIES: Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, FYROM, Turkey and Cyprus.

LANGUAGE: English again.

COUNTY SEAT: Split, Croatia, but as that’s such an ugly word it will be renamed. Please write in with suggestions.

THE THEORY: Often thought of as the forgotten corner of Europe (have you met a man who’s been to Albania?), this vast swathe on the Med is revitalised by a new-found unity and funding for the world’s longest “lazy river” water ride, which meanders from The City Formerly Known As Split all the way down to Mersin in southern Turkey. At about 1,000 miles long, it embodies Medea’s laid-back way of life, and Europeans get to ride it for free (Americans: €500).

THE CASE FOR: Albania needs a break – their national hero is Norman Wisdom (no, really!), and they failed to win a single medal at the Beijing Olympics, although weightlifter Romela Begaj came in sixth.

THE CASE AGAINST: Greek national pride and, we suspect, political tensions may put a dampener on things. Still, if you don’t try, you get nowhere, right?



COUNTRIES: Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Belarus, Slovakia, Hungary, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania and the Czech Republic – anywhere where it’s common to see a man with a spade or a moustache.

LANGUAGE: English, naturally.

COUNTY SEAT: Prague – one of the nicest cities in the world, and where the remit of the new, improved Czech Film Commission will be to overtake Hollywood within five years. A hotline to Pinewood Studios in the former England will be mandatory.

THE THEORY: A vast and sprawling county, this is the East Anglia of Europe, where farming and industry merge in perfect harmony and a man with dirt on his hands is greeted like a returning Viking warrior.

THE CASE FOR: While staunchly proud, many of the nations that make up Boris are a bit overlooked in the grander scheme of things. None are really nailing it economically, but we think that a fresh identity – plus the chance to see Tom Cruise and Megan Fox every now and again – is exactly what’s needed.

THE CASE AGAINST: That name might be a bit racist.




LANGUAGE: Gbe (as spoken in western Nigeria).

COUNTY SEAT: Marsaskala.

THE THEORY: People have inhabited Malta for over 7,000 years and, given the damn place is in the middle of nowhere, that’s all the proof we need that it’s worth visiting. Due to it being the capital, the island will soon be swollen to bursting point by holidaying Tundraticans and Romans, and thus require a land bridge – which would keep the Borisians in work for years.

THE CASE FOR: All politicians would be bloody miles from the rest of the country, and the language barrier would make visits from foreign dignitaries as funny and gaffe-prone as if Prince Philip were in charge. It might just put the brakes on Nigerian email scammers, too.

THE CASE AGAINST: Valletta might have something to say about losing its role as Malta’s capital. But Marsaskala sounds like a nice fruity liqueur, and we think the 9,000 people who live there will rise to the challenge.

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