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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... especially with sinking in the loose sand, but we both made it easily. It helps that it is 6 in the morning and still fairly cool - the dunes at high noon must be ridiculously hot! Don't know how you could walk on the sand that hot.
Next stop the red dunes. We had a tiny little coffee in tiny little chairs by the road (I am sure ours are the absolute widest asses that would fit into those chairs). Ellen took a break this time and I climbed the ...
... 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 ...
... it really quite pleasant.
I sat with Jan and Marianne watching a dozen or so kite surfers battle with the waves and the wind. Again, the wind was strong. It was not easy to find a place to get supper. I spotted a small ally which we decided to explore. Much to our delight, we managed to find a lovely lady selling noodle soup and rice paper wraps to the local ...
... the bike around in deep sand trying to actually reach the place. These dunes were actually quite impressive. Much higher than the red dunes and over a bigger area as well. They had some quad bikes to rent so we grabbed one for half an hour and went careering around the place. Occasionally biting off more than we could chew and getting stuck half up some of the steeper taller dunes. It was a good laugh though and I wish we ...