One day at the beach wasn't quite enough for us so we headed out on our motos to compare An Dang to Cua Dai Beach. Deciding to crash one of the nicest beach resorts in Hoi An, we strutted through the lobby and out to the infinity pool like we belonged. Once we got our fill of the high life, we wanted to rejoin the locals at Mama Ly's Restaurant.
Full of fresh seafood, a little burnt and salty, we cruised home to watch the sunset from Old Town Hoi An. Grabbing a bottle of wine to go, we floated down the river on a traditional Vietnamese row boat. An older couple donned their bamboo hats and paddled us around as we took in the lovely scenery.
After our boat ride we purchased floating candles from a 7 year old business woman, made a wish and released them in the river.
Morning Glory Restaurant came highly recommended to us and we quickly could see why. Their menu summed up the best of Vietnamese cuisine. Wanting to order everything, we chose rice flour crepes stuffed with shrimp and mushrooms, fish with a caramel sauce, sautéed pumpkin and prawn curry served in a whole coconut. Yum!
Over the course of our stay at Moon's Homestay, we fell in love with three little girls that were nieces of the owner Tri. We played with these sweet girls and said our goodbyes. Somehow we managed to pack everything back into our backpacks before calling it a night.