Coco Beach Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Coco Beach Resort Phan Thiet
Travel Blogs from Phan Thiet
... point in the night tasted exactly the same... Slightly more for-mal-deee-hyde perhaps. As the only westerners in the bar, most likely the town itself, we caught the intrigue of a group of Vietnamese guys on the next table who offered us to join them for a drink. They turned out to be fishermen, travelling to Saigon after returning from a fishing trip in the South China Sea. My somewhat racially-stereotypical view of Asians is that they aren't big ...
... some were unaware and some had no choice but to try and replant crops and eat them which obviously came with consequences, poisoning the individual and causing women to have miscarriages and when conceiving the babies that did survive had severe deformities, the photographs taken of the victims are heartbreaking. Brain damage, paralysed, mental illness, tumours on their brains and faces, no limbs, one was born with no eye balls. The list goes on! ...
... since most all on the road are scooters) we took to the streets to find some food for our grumbling stomachs. We came across a little market area where we got some fruits, yogurt, and crackers. As we were about to order some pho we heard a screeching of brakes and a loud crash. Turning to the commotion I saw the last bit of a moto skidding across the street with a man on the ground helmet-less (I assume his helmet came off during the accident ...
... since the moment we had arrived. The farce continued as we realised the shower head was broken and after informing them they soon appeared with a replacement, thankfully this time not making out it was our duty to install it. The evening was better though as we went for a drink, saw a crocodile being BBQ'd and ate at a beach-side restaurant.
... 5 per night, we decided this was a stupid price and decided to walk instead. What surprised us was how sharp the sand was when the wind blows it onto your body and face. By the time we got back to our bike, we could barely walk straight as our shoes were so full of sand (this seems to take 4 days to fully empty out).
We spent a bit more time relaxing in Pan Thiet before packing the bike, ready for the big trip to the mountains of Da lat.