Green Coconut Resort
Travel Blogs from Mui Ne
... the man squirted Garry's feet before he had time to ask, it was time to leave this place before he tapped into our deepest thoughts!
The sun was now shining so we put on some sunscreen and continued on. Not sure if it was the nicer weather, the sugar rush or the peaking confidence but we blitzed the next 100km in no time and were driving in to Phan Thiet. We stopped by the bridge into town to take photos of all the colourful fishing boats docked in the river. We followed ...
... so my rant would have been wasted on them, but I felt good giving them the cold shoulder for the 40 minute journey to the red sand dunes.
We got to see the red sand dunes pretty much in the dark, there was a scrap of light for about 5 minutes. A bit disappointing but what can you do other than avoid tours with Russian tourists - mental note to self - avoid tours with Russians!!
Thankfully I seemed to be back to full health, I was slowly ...
... which was clearly deserved after suffering such a massively mild hangover the previous day; other people may disagree with us on that. Still rubbing the sleep from our eyes, we brought ourselves around by jumping straight into the cool sea and having another good hour of swimming and throwing the ball. Then getting out and drying off, we ate some delicious corn flakes and contemplated our plan of action for the day.
During the swim, we had noticed that the ...
... amazing, particularly at sunset when the dunes appear to change colour, and those climbing up them become silhouetted. We quad biked around the dunes, and tried a spot of sand-surfing to get to the bottom. Though a fun experience, this sounds more thrilling than it was, bearing in mind sand is normally used to add friction and hence slow speed.
As part of the trip, we visited the nearby fishing village, which had a pleasant odour ...
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