The Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Today we got up super early to have breakfast and then pack up for check out. We got on thr bus and said good bye to Saigon and hello to long tan. Along the way we stopped to get flowers for our service and give locals little koalas. We headed out to the rubber plantation and towards the Australian memorial in long tan. We held a service and put …
... in district 1, on the outskirts of the backpacker area, so bars and food were everywhere. The place we opted for was ****. In hindsight it looked a bit pretentious. It was overpriced. We had one there for just over a quid each then had a walk in search for something cheaper. In Saigon, we walked in the road pretty much everywhere. The pavements are for parking bikes apparently. We found a place with a happy hour and sat there watching the crowds go by. A bar crawl came ...
... the top there were a bunch of ladies selling meals and drinks they had carried up on their backs - very hard working ladies.
In the parking lot the Jeep drivers were all involved in some Dort of betting game. A saucer was in the centre with 3 or 4 paper disks on it - one Siemans coloured one blank. The saucer had a cup inverted on it and everyone was betting and obvious talking trash . Several players took turns rotating the cup but I have no reason why - ...
... day. Mui Ne is famous for its sand dunes which i made my way to the next morning. They were a spectacular sight to behold and it was just like being in a desert. Locals were also renting sleds you could slide down the dunes on. Though i didn't visit the dunes before taking the motorbike to a garage to have the carburetta cleaned, which sorted out the kangaroo-ing problem. I then stopped off at various beaches along the coast. On the way back ...
... time here doing this sport. It is easy to see why. I love it. I pictured myself living in a little shack on the edge of town and becoming an excellent kite surfer. On the other hand, if I were I would be away from the hay life I am experiencing. No regrets then!
On the way back to the guesthouse, I bumped into Daniel (one of the Dutch guys from Hoi An). I also got a lovely meat sandwich from a street stall and prepared myself for ...