Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa
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Famed for it's water sports, especially kite surfing, Mui Ne was a natural choice for us to stop at. The evening bus arrived 2 hours late, so we were finally collapsing into bed at 2.30am. We spent 1 full day in the small town before moving on, which was just about enough time to squeeze in some water sports. At $35/ hr and a minimum of 7 ...
Us: So you REALLY serve turtles and snakes here?
Waitress: Yes, you say, we kill.
Us: And you keep them here?
Waitress: Come, I show...
My: Naprawde serwujecie tu zolwie i weze?
Kelnerka: Tak, Ty mowisz, my zabijamy.
My: I trzymacie je tu?
Kelnerka: Chodz, pokaze...
... the same as other local markets(crammed and smelly) but we had to pay a valet to park the motorbikes. We caught up with Sacha on our way back and then headed off to find a lunch spot on the water so we could watch the kites come down the bay. It wasn't until we got back down the bay that we realised how far they would be kiting. We stopped at jibes for lunch and waiting for them to reach us. We saw sandon go to shore up the coast and then peri and John went ...
... Food was flying off the shelves in the crowded market. Some of the food looked quite unique to Vietnam (e.g. live eels, fried crickets, fried cockroaches, whole featherless raw ducks and other mystery meat) and not what we would typically see in a Western supermarket. The chef taught us how to determine which food in the market is fresh and what the food looks like that has been on the shelf a bit too long, very valuable advice when making open market ...
It has been an active five months. We were glad of Mui Ne and days of of being still.
We took a mini bus from Hoi An to Danang where we boarded a night train and settled into our hard class sleeper bunks. Fourteen hours later we were at a rural train stop where we found a taxi to share with a young Dane and a Norwegian for the half hour ride to Phan Thiet. We filled up on cold mango juice and iced ...