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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ask the lady at the ticket counter, who had told a local about the bus when he asked for us, she flopped her story and said, "no bus" and that we had to take a taxi. Not wanting to continue this Vietnamese assault on our desires, we finally got in a cab amongst many expletives (mine) and frustrations (both of ours). While we were frustrated by the deceitful tactics, we were not surprised as we had read stories about how the Vietnamese will ...
... 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 ...
... Conscious that we had a bus in a few hours we set off and made it around 500m before the scooter cut out. The engine was ticking over with the ignition but the throttle wasn't having an impact - it took the help of a local gentleman to get us going again! We made it another 500m before the same happened so we decided to go back. It took another three restarts on the way to the guesthouse for it to make it so in hindsight its a good job we didn't set off at 4am or we ...
... restaurant. Clearly the restaurant does not exist and lonely planet does not update its information; thus confirming what multiple other travellers have said about lonely planet. The French couple that we have met at the resort have been here for numerous days and have eaten various restaurants. The boyfriend friend (I didn't catch his name) saw us walking on the street and ran out to give us a recommendation on where to eat. The restaurant was called a Ngoc Thanh, ...
... hopefully on to Mui Ne.
At this point the road changed dramatically. This was pristine brand new super smooth tarmac. It was glorious. I cranked the throttle up and we sped along at a rapid rate. Gliding effortlessly round bends and powering down the straights. It was great fun and although the signs said we still had 50km to go to reach Mui Ne and the sun was setting behind us we felt good and knew we would make it no problem. Half an hour later ...