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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 …
A six hour sleeper bus journey (during the day) from Nha Trang took us to the beautiful bay of Mui Ne. Sleeper buses in Vietnam are like no other sleeper bus I've seen. It is hard to explain the layout but they work well and it was a comfortable journey. We spent 3 lovely days in Mui Ne. We stayed in a beautiful resort right on the beach and spent most of our time on the sun loungers looking out to sea, occasionally going for a swim in the lwarm sea or swimming pool to cool down. ...
I rose early this morning and headed off to the beach. Although it was cloudy, there were dozens of people on the beach already swimming, running, sunbathing, playing volleyball etc... It felt busy yet peaceful nonetheless and much like yesterday morning.
This bus to Mi Ne was another one of those sleeping buses. I was determined not to have the ...
... and meet people that don't know my history, they didn't know me when I was vulnerable, they don't have the worry, they just see the strong Emma that came out of the other side. Travelling is a great way to prove your own strength, you can let go of demons from the past that were holding you back, get stronger, bolder and more determined. My cycle round SE Asia is to raise money for an incredible cause close to my heart - but personally it ...
... our bums numb and our bellies rumbling, we sped on towards the coastal attraction. After eventually spotting the spectacular view across the sea towards the lighthouse, we decided to stop to refuel our energy needs. A massive lunch washed down with some strong Vietnamese Coffee set us on our way for the short stretch of road towards Phan Tiet. Passing through more and more gigantic tycoon like beach resorts, mostly half built, proved just how much ...