Lan Rung Beach Resort & Spa
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... We gave them a miss as well and headed off south. Stopped for some drinks and mango, the family were in giggles at us, I'm pretty sure we were the first westerners this far off the beaten track, we were in the middle of nowhere. As we were trying to pay, the lady of the house is busily packing bottles of water mangoes, cactus fruit into a take away for us. I'm trying to tell her we only want what we've had but she insists and won't take no far an answer. She ...
... in the clinic and village. The Sisters also do home visits which they allowed us to be a part of. The Sisters allow adults/children and families to come and stay at the Convent if they need medical attention and are too poor to care for themselves. They also provide housing for disabled children in need. One example of the work the Sisters have done is an example of a man who broke his leg. They were able to get money for him to have surgery in HCMC, however because he was unable to ...
... neck collagen treatments. It was all very relaxing.
We went to the production show in the evening. Another comedy night with Pearson and Harvey of the Four Kinsmen. They sang, danced and made the audience laugh. It was fun. Philip didn't care much for them, but I thought they were good for a cruise show.
Tomorrow is the last full day on board.
... so they would stand up, say 1, 2, 3 in Vietnamese and then it was bottoms up. Over the course of our dinner there was seven of these and the time in between kept getting shorter. After our dinner Tricia and I decided to go for a massage. The others dropped us at another hotel. $10 for an hour massage which if you wished also covered use of a sap, sauna, steam room. We decided just on the massage. It was a bit of a strange place really. We didn't quite know what to expect. Young men led ...
... here i'd hired a bike out to experience the roads and so found it OK, so i made it around t-time, stopped at the first hotel i came to, grabbed a well deserved beer and flaked out...!!
My final blog update is for my 2 week stay here in Sagion where i have done a couple of trips out to the Mekong so i'll update this stay too before i leave in about 5 days time.