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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... d appeared and they took it before walking away aloof. Dogs, chickens and piglets scratched around in the dust and we were a little underwhelmed. An elderly couple swung on their porch and a man sat striping bamboo into string. A little girl stood in her doorway blank yet full of emotion. It was hard to know why and we left with little understanding of our latest stop. We stopped for lunch in Ma Lam. The roadside buffet stand wasn't the delicious feast of yesterday but it ...
... as we passed through. Our next stop would be in Ke Ga, home to a infamous French built lighthouse. Unfortunately this took us longer to find; thanks to the ambiguous road signs and very few brain cells, we were soon off track and had to join Highway One. This is the highway which the whole country uses: linking Saigon and Hanoi. Thanks to some kind locals we were pointed in the right direction and gleefully rejoined the empty roads through rural ...
... of quad bikes and a couple of bits of Lino with string attached, which they were trying to pull off as sandboards. Steph and Liam jumped on one and steph's dad (Peter) and Ellie jumped another, leaving Debbie (steph's mum) walking - we did come back and pick her up afterwards :). Peter raced off the starting point and started doing doughnuts as if he'd been riding quad bikes for years. Unfortunately his success was to be short lived as he mounted an uneven piece of sand and the ...
... 8217;s leftovers for dinner and still threw away burger. We did get some visitors tonight, ants, big
red ones. They were in the toilet so I tried
to flush them, didn’t work, so tried to wash them down the drain with the bum
wash hose, they still came back up so loads of water and the bin over the
drain, some others under a cup and hopefully they will go away.
I have been attacked, by a ...
... not to let it bang you in the (helmet-protected) head. After falling off the board and laboriously pushing myself back onto it dozens of times, I rested on the board and exhaustedly looked down into the water.
Much to my horror, I was sitting right next to the most enormous jellyfish I’d ever seen! I dub the jellyfish the star windsurfing instructor of Mui Ne: I never fell off the board again!