Blue Ocean Resort
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... us of a place to hear about 500m away. A side note about Mui Ne is that it is a Russian holiday home with many people choosing to live there for months at a time - the signs throughout the town were even in Vietnamese and Russian rather than Vietnamese and English.
Having eaten we continued our cycle to the red sand dunes, one of the pairs available in the town. En route we saw some beautiful views over Mui Ne's harbour, a fishing village with hundreds ...
... the locals. Boots on after taking them out of their bags - having such small feet I was given a bag for each boot as opposed to the usual one ! Again great amusement for the driver and locals :-) So, as you can see, there is a bit of theme - having a small Western physique is a bonus lol! Boots off again and back on the bus, the lovely children had been refilled and ready for round 2 of Huey (!) 3 hours to push now and they were similar to ...
... of the day with Lionel and I. We went for dinner at around 7 where I ate a whole red snapper and had a few beers. One was a sneaky beer from the fridge during a powercut which surprisingly put a Russian couple in hysterics! I was so proud of my antics. After dinner we tried to find a buzzing bar but couldn't so we settled for a couple of beers at one with live music and ended in bed at ...
... my body wasn't trying to right the situation. My line neatness quickly unravels and I'm a tangled mess when I finally grind to a halt on the sand, rather relieved to see my instructor running towards me with a big grin on her face. This time there is no telling off but a well done because ultimately I have saved myself, even if it wasn't that stylish. So I'm still waiting for the wind to pick up to get out there and try my first session with a board. You may be asking yourself why ...
... Mui Ne is now mostly famous for kite-surfing - but we were still surprised to see dozens and dozens of kite-surfers trailing through the water all along the entire length of the (very long) coastline. There were a few swimmers, but only a handful. The sea was pretty cool compared to the Gulf of Siam (at Sihanoukville - the last time we were at the beach), but not cold - and quite pleasant to swim in, apart from the large waves crashing onto the beach and ...