Ocean Star Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... a puncture in the rear tire. I pushed the bike for around 10km in the blistering heat before a local stopped and phoned his friend. Within minutes the friend arrived, they whisked the wheel off and changed the inner tube and put it all back together in no time. I was also having a problem starting the bike by this point. Even the kick start proved difficult and most of the time i had to bump start it. On the way back to town i stopped off at ...
... road clearly in preparation to be levelled and ready for new pavement to be laid. This being said it made for a bumpy ride avoiding the large tracks left by the heavy trucks and the build up of dirt and mud in and around the main paths. Still unsure this was the right way we trucked on despite the sun dipping low into the sky. We were rewarded by making it to the dune just in time for the sunset and being so late we got lucky to have them all to ourselves. ...
... guys and gals). After a little splash in the pool we went down to the beach. Our resort is literally right on the beach so we didn't have to walk far. The water was so lovely and warm! But incredible salty! The surf was very rough, so standing was a struggle! We got a free reign for the afternoon for shopping and whatever else until 6:45. The shops were really expensive though and the street was full of creepy Russians. So i didn't stay out there ...
... the locals. Boots on after taking them out of their bags - having such small feet I was given a bag for each boot as opposed to the usual one ! Again great amusement for the driver and locals :-) So, as you can see, there is a bit of theme - having a small Western physique is a bonus lol! Boots off again and back on the bus, the lovely children had been refilled and ready for round 2 of Huey (!) 3 hours to push now and they were similar to ...
Mr Bin and Tuan delivered us to a small family-run resort some way out of the centre of Mui Ne, where for $20 we got a semi-detached bungalow by the pool, which looked over the beach. We could cope with that. We said our goodbyes to our guides and immediately hit the pool, which was like swimming in a bath. From here we graduated to the beach for the rest of the afternoon, the sun beating down ferociously.
In the evening, our hotel having ...