Mia Resort Mui Ne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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I'm writing my memories today from an amazing town called Da Lat. We arrived in the mountains around 1730 yesterday just as the sun was starting to set over the banana plantations. The evening mist tickled the edge of town as it rolled down the hills obscuring much of the surrounding pine forest. Pine forest and banana plantations? Obviously a typo. Nope. Vietnam is one of the countries that has the richest biodiversity in the world ...
... water fall that jets into the shallow end. If that's not a perfect enough setting I can tell you that I can hear the waves crash gently on the beach, and thats only because it's a shell's throw away....not even... I can almost put one foot in the pool, the other in the ocean. Just saying. But let's go back.... Back one day. Back to the bus.... For a second. I know the climax of my story had been ruined because of Jess' previous blog entry... But let's tell it ...
... I can hear many of you saying that it is a oft uttered warning not to take night buses in Vietnam, but I was sold a ticket on promises of luxury. I was shown a photo of a lady sleeping serenely, stretch out in a cosy bed. As I boarded the bus, garishly bedecked in neon lights and the welcoming smile of Mickley Mouse, I saw it was anything but. Is travelling overnight by bus in Vietnam really that bad? Yeah it's that bad. Harry suffers so you don't have to. Here ...
... stop in Mui Ne. Even though there would have been big dunes to be explored, we just had a nice beach day in our small budget resort with nice but simple bungalows directly at the beach. We just relaxed, enjoyed the sun and had tons of fresh seafood! No turtles!!! And some big cocktails ...
... filled the little intersection at the temple gate. We were mobbed on our exit and stayed around while we exchanged high fives and smiles. The two finger salute here means hi, which ever way round you do it. Music started from a distance and grew louder as the ice cream man appeared, on a scooter, well what else would he be on. We gave away the last of the candy and mounted our bikes. The children, robed men of the temple and even the ice cream man waved us off. A blind ...