Vietnam motorbike diaries – Day 6 (Hue to Danang)

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برنامج التداول فوركس I was again riding in the rain yesterday for the first part of the trip. Gladly the cities are not too far apart. 

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Da Nang city is also quite nice. It appears to be safe. Some views from a place called Marble mountains, with an image of Buddha rocking it out:

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There was also a neat little show at a bridge called Dragon bridge where the dragon spits out fire and water. 

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