DuParc Phan Thiet Ocean Dunes & Golf Resort
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... feeling of a dessert. It could be due to the size difference or the face there was barely anyone there which heightened the sensation but never the less it was uncomfortable. Deciding to heat near in Mui Ne we feathered our way back along the dirt track to avoid any bailing off and enjoyed the coast road back. We packed and checked out before going for food nearby and getting picked up by the bus company to make our way to Da Lat in the mountains of Vietnam.
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... I lied to her in a comforting tone and told her there was no rat !! Asked if we could leave as I was getting cold (in 40 degree heat!) but at least Dee never saw Roland and the rest of the night went well. At this point I thought 'Thank God for that '! and hopefully we won't encounter them again but time will tell (it sure did ! to be revealed later!) We headed back for a well earned rest in the hostel. The next few days were spent relaxing ...
... ate up as soon as possible, taking a walk around the compound with views over a waterfall, and across brilliant green rice paddies to hills covered in tea plantations. Vegetable gardens and fruit trees also surrounded us. It was idyllic, and the sort of place we could have happily holed up in for weeks.
We settled up and saddled up, taking with us a little gift of coffee beans taken from the trees in Juliet's garden. Dave started the day well with ...
... course much more to do in Bangkok, but Saigon felt cleaner, friendlier and cheaper! Crossing the road was one he of an experience though. You just have to keep going while hundreds of motorbikes swerve around you. They're dodging you, rather than the other way round! After Saigon we headed to Mui Ne. We didn't really know much about the place but it was the next stop on the backpacker trail. We stayed in an actual HOTEL which was so ...
... long bunk, I laughed. A lot. Then my neck seized up and I had to turn around. It was pretty uncomfortable, but much, much better than the minibuses, which doesn't say a lot. We were a long way away from the champagne served on buses with fully reclining seats in Argentina!
We checked in to a lovely hotel, with a gorgeous pool area, and explored the very small town. It's full of resorts, which has driven the cost ...