Mia Resort Mui Ne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and hear the waves crash against the beach as we enjoyed a cold bevie. It's as if we had to beach to ourselves, we only saw one other couple walking the length of the beach. They were nosy and explored some of the resorts that were along the beach before heading back to the hotel. The resorts we saw were absolutely stunning and had massive pools, but they were a complete ghost town. Not one single guest insight. I guess that's the epitome of the low ...
... that says a lot really. As for the sports, I heard we could do dune boarding here so that made the dunes appeal a little bit more but it wasn't the kind of dune boarding I was hoping for. No board strapped to my feet but a small sheet of plastic that a kid hires out to you that you sit on and slide down. It should be called dune sledging instead. We could have done some surfing here but the waves were non existent and kite boarding ...
... in the shade. Stopped for lunch at 12.30 , the family made us lunch and went back to their hammocks as it was too hot for them. Steve crashed out on the floor next to the bikes and I made an attempt to get some kip in one of the plastic chairs. Off out again at 3 it's now a cool 35 degrees!! Passed a nuclear power station still under construction. We are now in a desert it's completely barren and stupidly hot with the wind ...
... went unexpectedly after just 10 minutes.
Thankfully the rain eased and we went in search of dinner. I read a recommendation for a place called Sindbad which specialised in kebabs. Not being a big lover of fish yet I dragged Garry past all the fresh fish restaurants to get a very 'traditional' kebab. The restaurant was a lot further down the beach road than we had anticipated and we wondered why we were walking when we had bikes now? It was nice to get a bit of ...
... the red sand dunes. Here is where we rode the ostriches. We climbed up some steps and sat in the saddle, yes a saddle, on the ostrich. To get the ostrich to run around really quickly the children just yelled and ran after them. Both Jordan and I just laughed the entire time we were riding them. Jordan even managed a nice rope em cowboy move as you will see in the pictures. The day tour was great fun and relaxing. Did I mention we even rode around in an open air jeep for the entire tour? ...