MerPerle Hon Tam Resort
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So yesterday we went to a beach that only local Vietnamese go to and not a lot of tourists, called long beach because it's 30km long! There were some impressive waves so we had fun in the sea, played some volleyball and had an awesome BBQ not to mention the free drinks all day! We all got a bit merry on sugar cane rum which is ...
... There departure board was not digital. It was like a local cricket scoreboard with numbers hanging from hooks telling you what was happening. With only half a dozen or so trains a day it was not hard to keep on top of it. Outside the station reminded me, in part, of old photos of UK railway stations. Sacks all over the place, two and four wheeled hand trollies being used to move things about and everything was man handled, flung out of goods ...
... the beach.
At lunch time, I went for a walk into the city in order to find lunch. Most of the eateries were very expensive, so I just kept wandering further away from the manicured boutiques and jewellery stores. Even the market was overpriced. My patience paid off. I found a lovely lady who was a sandwich vendor on one of the side streets. I promised her my return.
... Kamikaze' slide. We opted for the green slide which was not completely straight down but still on a steep of angle. I got to the top of the stairs and my heart was racing out of control. I seem to have come to terms with one of my fears lately: speed. My knees were wobbly but I was going to make it through this life no matter what. Justin went down first and he seem to have no problem so I could do it to! At the top I sat sat down, crossed my legs, crossed my arms over ...
... and make the finest soccer nets in the world. Their skill was apparently discovered by a French tourist around 20 years ago who invested in the net making business and has helped them develop new markets. While the Vietnam team has never played at a Soccer World Cup, this village makes the nets! After returning from the boat trip, we visited a couple of the major temples in the town. One of them is high on a hilltop and was built ...