Blue Ocean Resort
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... been that lucky! Back to the hotel for breakfast- Banana crepe for Ellen and more Pho for me (asked for extra chillies to spicy it up) - yum. I must say" my use of chopsticks is much improved, especially with the noodles in the Pho - not perfect efficiency but acceptable for sure. Couple hours till the bus to Nhtrang- bit of a swim, relax with a beer chat with the pool lesbians - nice life. Now here is the real test of Ellen's heightened adventurousness- she needed sunglasses so ...
... We followed a few off road keeps that were the tours going to the sand dunes so their head lights help widen the view of the road a little! We skidded a few times because the soft sand was so fine and shinny. We got there with about 15 minutes to spare before the sun rose. We headed to the furthest white sand dune so that there weren't as many people around and as many Asians having a fashion shoot in the sand, aw If only I video recorded them! Haha. They wear ...
Helloo Yesterday Nikki and I spent pretty much the whole day cycling from Da Lat back to Mui Ne along the coast. We organised it with a tour company and ended up being the only ones, so it was a private excursion! We set off at 7:30am with our guide, Gold, and cycled from Da Lat to a coffee plantation about 30km away. It was really cool seeing how its done, and we even got to see some weasels and had a relaxing rest whilst drinking weasel poo coffee and looking ...
... on to the third later :) We're getting a bus to Ho Chi Min City in a little while which is our last stop in Vietnam :( Safe to say Vietnam has easily been my favourite country so far and I would love to come back here for a holiday, it's crazy how each place I'm Vietnam we have visited has been so different, from busy cities to beaches to rain forests to sand dunes!! Love to you all from Mui Ne x Hotel: Greenhill ...
... You kinda get a bit twitchy when you land somewhere for more than a couple nights unless its a top spot. We all liked Phan Thiet for what it was, a quinticentual little Vietnamese town off the tourist trap, it's nice, but its local life and not much else, so time to push on...
After breakfast and black iced coffee to wake us up we said our goodbyes to our new American friend Wil and set off on the road once more. The ride was quite spectacular, taking us ...