Canary Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCanary Beach Resort Phan Thiet
I would highly recommend this hotel. The staff were very helpful, the amenities were fantastic and it was a great place to switch off and relax.
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... my fajitas so I passed the left overs on to the bin, (Scott). Shattered so we headed home, no wonder we were tired though, it was way passed our bed time being 11pm! Such dirty stop outs we are! Mui Ne seems nice, at night. Lots of bars and tyre saturates along the main road with hotels and minimarts on. It's busy here and very westernised, the place is a I outfits holiday destination for two weeks sat on the beach (for instance). We will see how the beach is ...
... and family. It was certainly going to be a weird one this year; so I checked myself into the busier hostel to at least surround myself with others and Yasmin and Max. Beside being in Vietnam and on a beach it was even weirder that everyone here was celebrating it on Christmas Eve and not Christmas Day. So as a result our hostel put on a three course dinner on the 24th. It was no Mom’s turkey, stuffing and gravy, but it was nice to have everyone ...
... which is a shack right on the beach. Beers are 60p Noel is happy! There are two dogs on the beach playing with one another it's so cute. Reminding me of teddy and willow. Noel has looked on trip adviser for food places tonight and found a bbq place not far from our hotel which has excellent ratings, so we are off there tonight :-). We walked for about 20 minutes and found the place. It's called Hills Smoke restaurant. You would never find it unless you knew about it. It's up ...
Mr Bin and Tuan delivered us to a small family-run resort some way out of the centre of Mui Ne, where for $20 we got a semi-detached bungalow by the pool, which looked over the beach. We could cope with that. We said our goodbyes to our guides and immediately hit the pool, which was like swimming in a bath. From here we graduated to the beach for the rest of the afternoon, the sun beating down ferociously.
In the evening, our hotel having ...
... Nigel and Eli are out to the park to play ducco (kicking around the feather thing) and whatever other game they can get themselves into. We saw heaps of people in the park playing on our way past earlier. So far, we love HCMC - very cool, heaps of people watching and possible shopping to be done - it is quite frantic like Hanoi but with wider streets and more English! Looking forward to walking the streets this evening when the temp cools down!