MerPerle Hon Tam Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... over the side of the boat, it turned out that the crew that were not part of the boy band were standing on a floating platform in their underwear, with cups on their nipples dancing to the music (sorry for the visuals nana - mol) We were told that this was meant to be the 'floating bar' and were encouraged to join them in innertubes for a drink of some unknown red liquid they were pouring out. Safe to say not many of the people on the boat were keen. But we were able to jump off ...
... pick up me :) btw this is quite common in Vietnam) to our hotel which is not far from the bus stop, just few crazy loads on scooters away :D Filip is going to scuba diving (we have different plans for next 3 days) which is good, because I need rest from him.
Check in to the hotel is possible from 2 PM… what to do… letting our bags at hotel reception I’m going to find some travel agency, I heard that there are great bike trips from the mountains. ...
... a 14 day free visa) and like the Spanish hate us Brits, the Vietnamese lothe the Russians. They really really hate them. All the locals seemd to smile and shake our hands when they realised we spoke English. Nha Trang itself reminded me a little of the Gold Coast although in a less developed Vietnamese way, the beach was actually far better, the water was warmer and calm and you could hire a bamboo shaded sun lounger and sip $2 beer.....what more could a girl ask for. Around the ...
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Pools are divided into different zones to feed different kinds of creatures. The floating fishing village is a perfect place for visitors to go fishing and enjoy lunch while watching over the whole landscape of Nha Trang Bay.
... or two a day and because the men are the decision-makers, they get off with the much easier task of raking the salt into small piles. I was not as well equipped as the workers who were covered from head to toe but although the salt burned my hands and it felt like walking on shards of glass in my sandals, it was an incredible experience and I felt very privileged to see something very few other people even know exists. And after the stolen camera incident, I finally ...