DuParc Phan Thiet Ocean Dunes & Golf Resort
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- 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. 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 ...
... statues just standing in the middle of nowhere. There were old casts used as molds laying on the ground and other statues in pieces. It kind of felt like a buddha graveyard and made for some great photo shoots. With still being lost we climbed to the top of the closest dune and managed to see in the distance the ‘real' white dunes. But how to get there?? So back on the bikes we made a couple game day left, right decisions and found ourselves on ...
... held a little service. The sun was so hot but the field was full of greenery, it was so beautiful! After the service we all hopped back on and continued on with volume 2 of our songbooks. It was about another 2 hours until the beach. The resort is so nice, but we only here for 1 night. As soon as we put our bags in the room, we put the ol' togs on and went down to the pool, where we 'didn't swim' (sorry department of education, you can't hold back ...
... on traffic with lights flashing, horns blaring led to a few near misses in my underpants lol !! Dee was snoring away by now I was very jealous. We then stopped at the services, 3 hrs into the expedition. The services were the drivers Mums house, selling a few cans and tea but good to get off and stretch our legs. It felt like the aisles on the bus had shrunk as my shoulders wedged me in as I tried to get out and had to walk sideways to the ...
... and our final destination it got even hotter, to the point where, when we stopped at a dragonfruit collection station it was almost uncomfortable. We stopped for lunch only 30km or so from Mui Ne, Mr Bin once again taking the reins and ordering us plates of rice, pork, omelette and vegetables. We rode towards Mui Ne, the landscape becoming more desert like, the passing trucks whipping up sand to the point where Dave had to wear his visor down and his ...