Ocean Star Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Phan Thiet
... was nice, overlooking the sea, there isn't much of a beach though. The steps going down the beach are starting to erode because the tide is getting higher and there is only sandy beach on two parts, it looks okay but the sea is very sea weedy and there are loads of fishing nets in the sea with kite surfers and mini sail boats dodging them. It is definitely the place to kite surf here, the wind picks up a lot on the front, especially in the afternoon. The water was crashing ...
... 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 ...
... of little lights where the boats are out fishing. From the village we headed along the coast passing long, sandy, palm lined bays on the way until we came to the white sand dunes. Vietnam's mini Sahara, the white dunes are a mass of sand beside a small lake. We spent 40 mins climbing up and down the dunes and getting very sandy before heading back to our jeep. Our final destination of the tour was the red sand dunes back near the fishing village from where you are meant to get ...
... and I kept seeing a rat run along the wall. It was nice and relaxed though. They have a cute chihuahua who was a bit wary of people. I saw the owner be a bit mean to it so realised why. We left shortly after seeing that. Decided to try a place call Lam Tong. It's recommended in our travel book but on Trip Adviser it gets slated. The place was quite simple with plastic tables and chairs on the beach. The place was packed ...
... as we passed through. Our next stop would be in Ke Ga, home to a infamous French built lighthouse. Unfortunately this took us longer to find; thanks to the ambiguous road signs and very few brain cells, we were soon off track and had to join Highway One. This is the highway which the whole country uses: linking Saigon and Hanoi. Thanks to some kind locals we were pointed in the right direction and gleefully rejoined the empty roads through rural ...