Swiss Village Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... running through a valley of red sand, we walked up and down the river for around an hour. The second stop was a proper Vietnamese fishing village, we only stopped briefly to take photos. It was cool though, you've never seen so many boats in one place! The fishing boats come in all shapes and sizes, the strangest of which was a bowl shaped one, the fisherman just seemed to be aimlessly bobbing around in these perfectly circular boats! Last stop was the sand dunes, ...
... wishes we didn't as after a while he had to tell they guy to stop. We had some banter with the guy but could not stop laughing at him. He even sneaked a sip of the singers drink! We finished off the night with some b52 shooters which came lit. We were given straws to drink through the flame. Mark spilled his a bit first up which caused a bit of a flame issue on the table. This was our latest night so far and we were still in bed before ...
... a sun rise trip to the white sand dunes, the bigger brother of the red residing 25km out of town beyond them. We finished the day eating at another rooftop bar, apparently our thing it would seem, before stopping off for some live music on the way back.
3rd November 2014
4am rolled around and the alarm went off; it was 7am until we got out of bed though. Now obviously having missed sun rise we still wanted to make the journey and we'd paid for ...
... sit in Joes and do sweet **** all. Watched a full 90min of a local game of footy which was extremely poor with Charles before him and BIM went for a massage.
Got ready and went to breeze restaurant. Was a really good set up, could see out onto the sea and the tables were around the pool. We all had a nice cocktail and ordered 2 courses. The owners son was the chef and ...
... solely for this sight alone. Why this place wasn't on the Top Gear lads route I do not know but it was simply unmissable.
We looked where to park up and passed a few other Western lads who were also traveling on bikes parked up and taking the view in. As I slowed up and nodded hello the lads just blanked me and looked away. Hmm not very social of them. 20 yards further down the road were a local couple parked up with their scooter having an ...