Mia Resort Mui Ne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I purchased a motorbike in Saigon, planning to head all the way to Hanoi with it. I left Saigon early in the morning to get to my first stop along the way, Mui Ne. Mui Ne is a beach town known for its sand dunes and beautiful views. By motorbike it usually takes 6-7 hours. It took me 13. I was so excited about trekking up Vietnam on a motorbike that I overlooked the fact that it is now rainy season and rains for at least an hour ...
... I don't think he expected what my bulk does to a little scooter -'he certainly had a raised front end and power steering!!!
Got the money from Ellen's card and then marched back at a clip with no kind old guys offering any help.made it back all sweaty and drank a litre of water after dousing my head under a cold shower for 3 minutes. All set for money again -whew!
Jeep arrived to take us to the bus station which was within eyesight of the hotel - ...
... through a valley of red sand, we walked up and down the river for around an hour. The second stop was a proper Vietnamese fishing village, we only stopped briefly to take photos. It was cool though, you've never seen so many boats in one place! The fishing boats come in all shapes and sizes, the strangest of which was a bowl shaped one, the fisherman just seemed to be aimlessly bobbing around in these perfectly circular boats! Last stop was the sand dunes, firstly an ...
... boats docked near the shore. Navigating a number of steep hills and the standard scooter onslaught we did make it to the other side of town here the red sand dunes sat. We walked up to the top of the dunes and looked around which provided good views of the town and sea beyond the shore but though fairly big, it wasn't the dessert sensation we had been promised. For those who are inclined there was an opportunity to slide down the dunes on a piece of plastic but I ...
... and taking in the view. They called us over and invited us to join them for some BBQ Tiger prawns. What a world of difference and generosity from the locals. Unbelievable. So as it would be rude to refuse we sat down and shared some prawns cooked over a rough log fire with a lime and chilli dip. It was delicious. Sat looking out for miles around with some amazing food and very nice company. We didn't actually want to leave the place the view was that ...