Saigon Mui Ne Resort
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... I didn't realize how difficult it is to turn ATVs.
We we got back it still wasn't raining surprisingly, so even though I was exhausted, I was determined to utilize everything the resort had to offer at least once. I went paddle boarding...tried to do some yoga on my paddle board and shockingly didn't fall in considering it was very wavy, jumped on the trampoline for a good 20 mins and impressed myself by still being able to flip around and then ...
... The beach was vast and meant you could have sections all to yourself. It wasn't the cleanest of beaches and, as the guidebooks warned, has been a little spoilt by a big tourism scene - especially from Russia apparently. We stayed on the beach all afternoon, napping, swimming and playing; mostly throwing around a mini football that has made quite a few appearances recently! Having ...
... no tracks and just open sand. After an amazing half hour we dropped the quad off had a roam around and set off in search for the red sand dunes. Vietnamese kids running down the street with sleds was our indicator that we had arrived. After politely declining the offer of a vinyl sheet sled we found a dune, sat down and watched the sunset. Wow. Peeling ourselves away from the amazing surroundings we hit the road again back ...
Learning how to windsurf was on the to do list for today. We got up and headed straight over to Jibe's Surf shop next door. After a coffee I was somewhat in a position to compute all the information of the theoretical lesson. Then we headed further down the beach to a spot where the wind was more suited for our first tries. After a few instructions and practice moves on the beach we finally moved the large beginner boards into the sea.
Getting up on the board and into ...
... creak that carried loads of silt and flows through sand dunes. It really looked nice and unlike anything I've seen before. It was a pleasant surprise and even the youth of the town made a business out of it by randomly charging 5000 Dong (25 cent) entrance to just a public area. We probably could have just walked on without paying but they set it up quite well and somehow deserved the quarter.
After this we passed by another attraction of our tour. A view of a ...