La Veranda Resort Phu Quoc, MGallery Collection
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For the most part we had done a decent job of staying within budget – especially in Vietnam where most meals were no more than a few dollars. That was about to change. After booking value-based accommodation for most of this trip it was time to splurge, and in a big way! Cindy was in charge of making the decisions for Vietnam and decided, …
... to Vietnam (we flipped the coin and I was chosen to ride the moto across the border) and we got one more big water jug to refill our bottles for the following days haul. We decided we should pay our friends at the magic sponge one last visit before we headed out of town. It was also a good excuse to have a bowl of their hearty chicken and veggie soup. We told them about our NYE happy pizza fiasco and they cracked up about our experience in hell. They were the ones ...
... in for our return flight if we had any fish sauce in our luggage – that’s a first! However it didn’t take us long to decide that this was going to be chill out time, and if we didn’t do anything other than sit on the beach, that was fine! We plonked ourselves at Rory’s beach bar and soaked up the sun while downing a few beers on the afternoon of Xmas eve, then had caramel and pineapple pancakes at another place nearby.
We had to book ...
... we decided to borrow the bikes again and tackle the national park. We had breakfast in a small cafe overlooking the sea near the Crab Market. While we were eating, a woman walked through the shallow waters below dragging something like a lobster pot. She obviously startled a shoal of fish because dozens of small, silver darts jumped out of the water ahead of her. Their flight was very graceful. Now classic Benj and Kori, we took on the most ...
... See the disabled beggar, crawling along two hands, one limp leg and a stump, making his own way on an unpaved road full of garbage and flies. Follow that image to the market where women rest their bananas and papayas, where a fresh load of fish unleashes more hot smells, where other woman hang their fresh meats dripping besides vegetables and shaved coconut, where flies attack everything edible, where the afternoon rains turn all the market drippings ...