Saigon Mui Ne Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... style with santa hats on and Christmas lights glowing on the trunks of the palm trees. After the celebrations died down I tucked myself in to bed with my laptop and kept our family tradition alive of watching ‘Love Actually’ while enjoying a Troblerone chocolate bar. Some traditions no matter where you are in the world should not be broken. With tears in my eyes, yes I still cry at this dumb movie even after watching it like a bazillion times I closed ...
... And No: this was not the time of the year because the surf is not right.
So we thought we may as well give some other form of surfing a try. Kitesurfing is not really possible to pick up in a day or two, so we settled on windsurfing and booked a lesson for the next morning when the wind should be better.
After a quick swim in the sea ( to be honest I don't even know what this part of the sea is called) we reviewed our schedule of going up to Hanoi and worked ...
Monday 29th-Tuesday 30th Our next stop was Mui Ne for a couple of days of beach time before heading to Ho Chi Minh City. I'm a bit far behind on my blogs so this ones short and sweet. What we didn't realise before we arrived in Mui Ne was that It was one of those places where you basically can't get to the beach unless you stay in a beach front resort with access. Obviously we were far ...
... 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 ...
... There are Christmas trees in every building, and lots of decorations around the towns. We had noticed it in Ho Chi Minh City, but it seems more strange in a beach town. My Christmas playlist is mandatory listening in December, so that's definitely helping us to feel more festive too. Still, there's something strange about singing along to the Pogues whilst sweating on a sunlounger!
We're really enjoying ...