One of the best things about being at the Hyatt in Danang is breakfast. While they have all the usual British, American and European options it is the traditional Pho soup that I have every day. By the time I have added the Susie touch it is a meal that keeps me full for the rest of the day. So here is how the dish starts – very simply with noodles and chicken (sometimes beef) to which is added a fresh broth.
Then comes the fun part – adding all the things that make it unique every day – this is because there are different things each day so it never tastes exactly the same – but it always has a good sprinkling of fresh chilies, chilli powder and chilli sauce so good for detox too. And no I don’t always know what I am adding but if it looks and tastes good – that’s all I need to know.
Then I take the bowl back to my table, add the belly of port and a squish of lime juice and I’m ready to tuck in.
Happy to be back at my lovely pad and guaranteed relaxation spot by the beach near Hoi An at the Hyatt Regency, Danang. It started off quite chilly and miserable but over 36 hours you can see how the view from my balcony has improved! Ahhhh…..
The header picture is a sand dollar I found on the beach.
Some of you will know that I am very lucky to have an apartment in Vietnam on the beach between Danang and Hoi An. Here are some pictures of it including the grounds and the sea views. Extra special visit this time as my friends Trudy and Alan were with me and I always enjoy it when my friends can experience this lovely place – with or without me being there. This set shows the sunrise and other beach views from my balcony, the pools and spa area as well as some scenes from the Vietnamese food night held every week.
Prepare for many more food shots when I learn how to cook a few Vietnamese dishes!
Hyatt Danang apartment, beach views, grounds, spa and food