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... couldn't have been more than a metre and a half across and it seemed obvious that we'd taken a wrong turn.
Until we saw scooters approaching us from the other direction. So after seeing experienced riders Adrian and Steve effortlessly weave through the market crowds (both carrying passengers too) I had little choice but to follow them as carefully as I could without flattening or crashing into anyone shopping or oncoming on a bike. To say I was nervous might be ...
... to see my passport, I contemplated not saying anything at all on the whim he may not actually check the date and just stamp me out, and if pulled up just be like "oh, oh dear I didn't know....". But however possible I soon deemed it ridiculously unlikely, so in the end I mentioned it off the bat in a non chalont fashion... " I say old boy, one was a little delayed whilst attempting to reach this fine but far flung outpost.... ". OK so I didn't exactly say ...
... and scallops. On the way back we stopped in a Pearl shop before making our way down to the beach. We were suddenly aware of an approaching thunderstorm, the lightning and thunder crashes getting closer and closer. Quickening our pace we realised we weren't going to make it back before it hit us, and as the rain began to come down we found shelter in a closing restaurant. With the storm showing no sign of abating we decided to make a run for it, and got soaked as we legged it ...
... we had to switch lanes regularly to avoid the worst of the potholed road.
A bum-numbing hour later we found the turn off for Bai Sao, walking onto the beach all thoughts of the journey were forgotten. White sand and turquoise waters greeted us, the beach was one of the most stunning we've seen to date, coming a close second to our favourite beach on Koh Kood in Thailand.
As we arrived we bumped into a couple that were also staying at ...
... A great day all and all,and plans to head to another beach tomorrow,so we best get our beauty rest. Well once again I find myself on the back of a little moped,Leon at the helm,and me squawking in his ear to slow down,even though we are going at a snails pace.I'm finding it very difficult to relax on the bike,but we get to the airport to book our trip back to Nah Trang,and the roads are much quieter than Nah Trang,so I am feeling optimistic,silly me! We head south down ...
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