Mia Resort Mui Ne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Mui Ne
... 160;Unfortunately, it was all booked, but got lucky that the place next door had space left and for cheeper. SCORE! So with the “family” off loaded and the bike parked we had showers and then met back up with Yasmin and Max to have a look around and grab some food. At first glance Mui Ne was a typical tourist trap beach town with stores and restaurants lining either side of the road. The beach itself wasn’t the greatest as the ...
... We bought fresh dragon fruit and mango from the street seller which were delicious but warm. Then headed back to the Vietnamese Kite School for some more noodles as they are really cheap and amazing. Following some food we sat on their beanbags on the beach. We may have gone from white to red!!! (Mum do not worry it's not my face!!) It's been a lovely relaxed day. We walked down the beach for a bit then came out on the main road. On the way back we pass loads of fresh ...
... we came across the shrine to the tobacco gods. I won't bore you with the temperature stats but it was just the same as the last few days. We got to tonight's destination with me in right strop. Boiled over, literally, Steve diplomatically went for a swim and left me to stew. Hotel air con sorted me out. Wiring in shower nearly did too. Going to get early start again ...
... it. She was filled with regret. The very sarcastically named Fairy Stream is actually a muddy trickle filled with cow **** and garbage. It passes through the town and out between some sorry looking dunes. Oozing tributaries join up with it as you forge further up into the literal depths. Starting as little more than ankle deep it ends up as a cringe inducing thigh high **** torrent at a few bends. Lauren squealed as each new step brought forth more gloopy delights. Making it the ...
... for kitesurfing and windsurfing. Literally hundreds of them out every afternoon. Eli was of course very keen to try it - he can come back when he's 18!
Our only real activity here, besides swimming in the gorgeous pool, was grabbing some motos (scooters) again and riding around the coast and then out to some sand dunes to slide down the hills. Like all tourist areas, there were Vietnamese ready to help us with hiring bits of plastic ...