Travel Blogs from Mui Ne
... 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 ...
... br> To optimise daylight we rode past the red dunes (which looked more orangey gold than red) and headed for the white dunes, which were apparently an hours ride away. Luckily for us we'd looked up directions to the white dunes before leaving, however we weren't expecting the last leg to be quite so bumpy a dirt track... Of course with Dave now being a pro-offroader this was no problem, so we followed a few tourist jeeps up a path where ...
... which meant an early morning pick up at 4:30 am! We drove with an old open Jeep through desert-like areas and some locals waited for us to take us with their quad bikes up to the sand dunes. After that we watched the busy morning activities of the fishermen and waded up the Fairy Stream until a small waterfall. ...
... Vietnam from a local. With our bellies full, the bed was our next stop.
The following day, the woman from the hotel waited with us for the bus which would take us to Phan Thiet, from where we were to take the train to Ho Chi Minh City. And after some days in smaller, quieter places, we were looking forward to action of HCMC. The train was luxurious with television, sockets and free water. The advantages of a more touristic track to the Big ...
... beach front, despite this, we found a nice cheap room not far from the beach. Mui Ne is one of he windiest parts of Vietnam, and because of this, it is hugely popular with kitesurfers and windsurfers. We happily spent a few days on the beach checking them all out!
There was some great seafood available here, and we ate our fair share of prawns, fish, squid etc. As we were eating fish, we thought we would try the Dalat white, not a great idea, we should had stuck to ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsPandanus Resort Mui Ne
On the outset this resort looks lush, its huge and the pool is wonderful...only downside appeared to be too many flies...
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