Saigon Mui Ne Resort
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We decided we deserved a lie in this morning, we must have been tired, we couldn't wake up until 8.30 and that's not like us lately! We packed up and left our bags until we caught the bus later to Mui Ne. We walked to the war remnants museum about 2km away, it was still super quiet around the city compared to what we have been told it's usually like with horns tooting and people everywhere. Most shops are still shut up and most people seem to be inside ...
... full on day of sights to be seen away from the strip. Our first stop was the fishing village, but the smell here made for a quick getaway. We then headed into and through the next town in search of the red sand dunes. As we were riding I couldn’t stop thinking to myself that despite the sun shinning bright the wind was pretty intense and that the elements were still not in our favour seeing as we were about the climb a huge dune of blowing sand. ...
... we were going to be tight on time if we wanted to see everything on our list. We decided to cut our stay in Mui Ne short in order to spend some time in Hoi An and Hue before going to Ha Long Bay and Hanoi.
This meant that we had to do all the things we wanted to do in Mui Ne now.
It was only 1pm now and we just got two seats for a little excursion in the afternoon to some sights around Mui Ne.
First we took a Jeep to the Fairy Stream, which was ...
... room. We complained so the teenage boy on reception who spoke no English came up to the room and grunted and made hand gestures suggesting we could make it a double by pushing the two beds together, as if it was our job to do so. We quickly made sure he knew that would be his job as we were there as guests, not labourers. He reluctantly obliged and as he got to work we took a bit of pleasure watching him struggle with the beds as he had ...
Down for breakfast, ordered omelette and breads, with Orange juice. Got fried eggs with chilli and a banana smoothie, talk about lost in translation. Out on the road for 7, no cloud cover again. We are really hugging the coast today and the sea is a bit choppy but emerald green. Passed some really fancy resorts and the Vietnam dive centre. Wind started again about 10.00. 20 mph straight at us, it's a killer in this heat. 12.00 and it's ...