Swiss Village Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
TripAdvisor Reviews Swiss Village Resort Mui Ne
Travel Blogs from Mui Ne
... no real plans and after a lazy start headed off for a walk around town. We checked out the very narrow beach but weren't too impressed so we were heading back to the pool when 'beady eyed-Gra' spotted a trip to the sand dunes......we headed inside and booked the trip for this afternoon then headed to the pool to cool off for a while and grab some lunch then headed off for our trip.
We were picked up by our jeeps and off we went to stop 1: 'the fairy stream' where ...
... at the resort were bending dramatically in the wind. You also get sand blown in the face on the beach which is a little annoying. In the evening we had amazing fish dishes at a lovely little fish restaurant, whole snapper and whole little tuna, then we relaxed on the balcony with a beer - ...
... 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 ...
... got to try the local honey from the hive which was buzzing with domesticated bees. A little bit scary. Afterwards we hopped back on the boat to go further down the island. We jumped off and listened to how they make coconut candy, which was delicious. I do love me some sample food. I ended up buying 6 packets. Sorry dad, I know you said to stop eating, but rest assured they will be presents, hopefully. We hopped back on the ...
... blue, again, and contrasted spectacularly with the green of the hills.
Another half an hour or so later we stopped again at another spectacular viewpoint, which stretched along a valley some 50km or so all the way to Mui Ne. The coastline was visible in the far distance, the way down shown to us. The road was very windy, and was great fun to drive, even if the brakes were on for the majority of the time. Traffic was non-existent, and we would go ...