Kangaroo Kitchen Guesthouse, Restaurant & Bar
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... dune buggying trip. What was supposed to be a half day trip ended up being almost a full day thanks to a wheel continually falling off Chris & Kate's buggy. This didn't really put a dampener on things, the girls running the trip were good fun and quick to try and fix it, if anything it gave us more time to play. We rode through villages on the outskirts of town high-fiving all the adorable kids bouncing about at the side of the road, blasted down country roads, ...
... sun was setting behind us, we were able to watch the sky turn all shades of colours, while drinking a cold glass of white wine. We had a fish BBQ for dinner, red snapper and barracuda, with salads, one of the best things I've ever eaten again!!
That evening there was a fire show on the beach and we had a drink with some friends, but to be honest, we just had an ...
... filling it to the brim with more clothes and souvenirs! When in Vietnam! So we are now carrying around two backpacks, a holdall and 2 day packs along with a straw hat that won't fit in any of them.. And we've still got 2 weeks to go...oops! Although we had read many bad reviews we decided to go on a day trip to the Mekong Delta. A 3hr mini bus ride took us too the worlds worst floating market consisting ...
... about buying 2 sarongs, as we needed beach towels, but they were too heavy and bulky to carry in our bags, so Edd's bright idea was to get sarongs instead. They wanted $8 for a piece of cloth with no seam. Ludicrous. One lady even argued with him that he was rude because he refused to pay the exorbitant prices. His argument was that it would be far cheaper in Thailand. He response was that her 'sarongs' (glorified pieces of brightly coloured, unhemmed cloth) came from ...
... other side of the Market and quickly were approached by more tuk tuk drivers. “No Thank-you!” We kind of wished we needed to go somewhere.
By pointing at a picture and showing numbers on a calculator on Bruce’s phone, we sat down for a cold drink at an open air restaurant. Two young kids hung out on hammocks off to one side. Curiosity took over the little boy and he sang and danced for us while ...