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... changing smells of Asia wafted in as we sped away from the coast into the mountains. We sat in awe and watched the changing scenery fly by, from coffee and banana plantations to lush jungle riddled with immense trees.
Again I'm straying from the original post I wanted to make...the one about renting a scooter in Mui Ne. There really isn't that much to write though... Its one of those days where you really had to be there to experience it. We rented ...
... and small huts selling cheap beer and fried rice. And then I could hear it. Faintly really, just the discrete sound of pouring water. She was doing it. Somehow peeing into a small Tupperware amongst all these tourist. That a girl. I love her. And she pulled it off. The next gentle tap on my shoulder came a few minutes later: "babe, you should see this! I filled this thing almost all the way" I reach back for a high five. "Smack!" "so should I take this to the ...
Wednesday 5 August...
A somewhat disastrous start to the day when, despite packing our bags and setting our alarm, we woke with a start after accidentally turning off the alarm without snoozing it!! We woke about 4 minutes before our bus was leaving......and as we had to check out and walk the 15 minutes to the bus we admitted defeat!
We got up, grabbed our stuff and checked out and headed over to the tour shop to find another bus to take us to Mui Ne and we ...
Another beautiful day, this morning in Nhatrang a great city of shout 500,000 people. Breakfast buffet including Pho (of course) and outs of exotic fruits - James and Sophie would love the food here! Got a new headscarf for Ellen - I guess she didn't like the fake Tilley as much as I thought. Checked the bags with the concierge and off for a full day on the 4 island cruise- snorkelling, swimming, sights and free booze! We got onto a boat where we were the ...
... The strip is about 10km long. There is nothing more to the town, just a seaside resort. Most shops, restaurants and resorts have signs written in Russian. We were told that this place caters for around 90% Russians. Some places do not even have Vietnamese written anywhere in the restaurant or resort! The beaches here are not very clean, however people tend to ignore it. It must be a cultural thing. Strangely Sihanoukville, which has a large ...