Bamboo Village Beach Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
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Travel Blogs from Phan Thiet
Through all of our time in Southeast Asia we have been lucky in visiting places that we enjoyed, appreciated, or were just stunning. Recently, however, we set out to visit the coastal town of Mui Ne, supposedly a slow paced surfer town. After an early morning train ride from Ho Chi Mihn to the town of Phan Thiet, we had read about a local town bus, red bus number 9, which would cheaply take us towards the small town of Mui Ne. While we were ...
... First experience catching a train here. Thank goodness got the kindness of strangers. The convenience store clerk took us under her wing and got us to our berth. Kind of worried because there are 6 in a room but we are lucky and just have 2 - a Vietnamese couple our age. I warned him about my snoring but not "the other"!! The berth is great, even long enough, almost. Pretty tired going to sleep - 10 hours to Danang and the off to Hoi An - night all. David and ...
... children as with the inclines we would go nowhere! Now pretty tired from the ride and the heat we made the journey back towards Anh Hien, opting to stop and book our bus ticket for the next day at The Sinh Tourist office. Realising this was attached to a resort and as committed customers we asked if we could use their pool which we could so we stopped in for an hour or so and chilled out with the Russians. We returned the bikes and booked a scooter for the next day with ...
... in our favor because we were able to get a smoothie for a snack and look around the grocery store. I bought a box of Kellogg's muesli for tomorrow's breakfast and milk in a bag. I'm intrigued as to how the milk in the bag is going to taste! We also treated ourselves to a chocolate bar each, Justin had stickers and I had Kit-kat. Just a small taste of home :) Phan Thiet Harbor is quite a larger than I thought it was going to be. It's actually a very busy city ...
... could have easily camped there and woke up to catch what I imagine would be a very impressive sunrise from the coast. But as we had no tent and time was pressing we had to crack on so finished our prawns gave our thanks and bid our farewells. Off down the winding road it was.
The ride down was beautiful. we passed one truck and 2 other bikes in the space of an hour. I had turned the engine off as well to save the petrol and it added to the ...