Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
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... make sense for me to pay more. It's not the cost really, it's the principal. Plus our bus only had 24 seats, I counted them, but the guy was right, ten minutes later 35 people where on it. As if. The journey was amazing though! Luckily we had a seat next to a window that could open, and it did, very wide... actually the entire panel slide right past the stops which made it so I had 1 meter by 1.5 meters of nothing from my hip up. The view was fantastic, and ...
... maybe a zip lock? " " really? How about the Tupperware? " " ok, turn around and mind your own business" And so I did. Kind of. I turned around and wondered how this was going to transpire. I glanced over my shoulder at the attractive Australian man who was sitting in the berth next to her and wondered what he would think. Would he see? Would anyone see? This is funny... but not really. So i laid back and tried to look at the passing scenery in the big window; ...
Nice western style area which again Russians seem to dominate. Had some great food and met some nice people. Highlight must of been Quentin and his Irish friend... Hostel had a pool which was cool. And we also had a game of crazy golf (while drinking cocktails of course) Me and Thomas trying every pool in ...
... bus was comfier and actually stopped for toilet breaks. Also there was a man with a Nokia 5210. I had one of those in 1999! This guy was rocking the old school. The issue of horns remained... Finally, after a 22 hour ride through purgatory, I arrived in Mui Ne, which is a resort for Russian people and therefore full of terrible mullets and probably more Borscht *****. Apart from that it seems like a nice place to stop and relax. Not quite paradise, but close ...
... same. We stop and ask a shop owner where our bike is and show him our parking tab. He waves us down. We eventually see the bike with a big sigh of relief. I pay the parking guy the 100,000 VND. We scoot back home. When we get there we explore the local town by bike and get some cash. The town is one long stretch of road with resorts on the beach side and shops and restaurant on the road side. The road effectively dissects the shops and restaurant from ...