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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 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. Although 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 ...
... early dinner, when Sabrine was able to munch again. In the evening, she decided to go back to the hotel to rest while I stayed in the old town for a few beers. I randomly met with a dutch couple that was in Phon Nha with us, and I sat with them for the evening. They also promised to send me a few pictures of the Phong Nha caves. We also met with a british couple that was in the caves with us. Hoi an is a small town! The beers were 10000 ...
... zipping motorbikes and colorful fishing boats along the river. We definitely could've explored more but we both really wanted to get back to the hotel to enjoy the pool. Time just seemed to fly right buy and already it was 6:30 PM and my stomach was grumbling. Tonight was our last and final attempt to find the peaceful family restaurant that lonely planet raved about. We ended up walking down an alley which spooked me right out so we turned around and called the quick ...
... Our next stop turned out to be the best of the day. The kingdom of Champa included what is now modern day Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and parts of Southern China. It existed in several forms from the second century up until 1832 when the remaining kingdom of just South Vietnam was annexed by the North. As with the fall of the other great civilisations the population remains. Cham language, religion and culture can still be found in Vietnam, although as a minority. ...
... giantic bathroom, complete with jacuzzi bath, had no less of a view. It really does pay to leave your bags with a local cafe, so you can go in search of a bargain. While I loved our little oasis, this was low season so I know we got a bargain. If I was making a recommendation to anyone else I'd suggest either staying at, or basing yourself around, Joe's Cafe. A backpacker haven, yet with a rather sedate atmosphere. A frequent haunt of ours during our ...