Mia Resort Mui Ne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Today Mandy and I went on a tour of the Fairy Springs, fishing market, and the white and red sand dunes which Mui Ne is famous for. Had a brilliant day and went quad biking across the sand dunes which was amazing! Full moon party on the beach tonight ...
... run was a lot of fun, until it started raining. We decided to head back to the hotel and wait for the shuttle bus to the train station. We really enjoyed our time in Hoi an. The town is charming and very relaxing, compared to the other vietnamese cities. We took the night train at around 10.30 pm to go to Mui Ne, 700 kms and 14 hours away. We shared the sleeping train cabin with a very nice german couple from Hambourg. They even offered ...
... Snatched from my hand the board hit Emma in the face, causing abuse for me and a little cut on her nose, it was time to leave. Before we did I helped Minh Ho write an art attack birthday message for his sister-in-law. Keen to try something new we ordered frogs and eel for dinner. We were secretly glad our order had finished for the day and we tucked into less ambitious rice, pork and prawn spring rolls. We'd asked Mr Hong to find us some dog along the way but without any luck, yet. ...
... in our room. The hotel was new. It opened in May this year, so everything still looked quite nice. It was a little late and we wanted to be rested for the many things we wanted to do the following day, so we stayed in.
The next morning, we went to see the Fairy Stream, which is a stream (O_O) you can walk on and leads you to a cascade. It was our first stop since it started right next to our hotel. At first, it didn't look very ...
... approach to water sports
Balancing has never been my specialty; ask anyone who ever went with me to take a class with Olaf’s legendary Yoga Bob. Trying to windsurf, I quickly learned why the helmet was necessary (yes, dad, I was wearing a helmet).
The first hour of learning to windsurf was mostly spent in the water after toppling off the board and dropping the sail ...