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So, we spent three days at a beach resort in Mui Ne, which was good and I drank and ate and sat under an umbrella a lot. But, its not very interesting to write about.
One thing that I have been thinking about this trip is libertarians. Or, more specifically, why they exist in the United States and don't really exist anywhere else. Part of the reason I have been thinking about this is because I am now connected to all the news stories from home, thanks to ...
... told we had to pay to enter the dunes, but we could park for free (unlike the stop we looked at before following the jeeps).
The white dunes really were like a mini sahara, that hummed with the sound of quads and was edged by a large lake. The man who showed us where to park instantly offered us quads and was quite confused when we enquired about ostriches. He started talking on his mobile and eventually begrudgingly walked us round a ...
... tropical mini golf. We had been there with the Edwards' when we were previously in Mui Ne and were keen to see if it had changed. The red of the green is less strong and does not come off as easily but the holes are all the same and Emily is still an awful cheat, despite this Andy still won by a pretty respectable margin.We had our lunch at a little café on the main road, stopped at a shop for a cornetto and completely forgot to buy a razor. We went back to the hotel to ...
We arrived in Mui Ne on a sleeper bus at 5am!! The man who ran te hostel was not very happy, but it wasn't our fault the bus was so late :-/ so after a few hours sleep on the bus we had a few more in this place before checking out and finding somewhere abit more central.
Mui Ne is a smallish town by the sea, but has been developed to the max with big hotels and (for some reason) Russians!!
... so high into the air, some were jumping as high as houses! We hired a moped for the day and firstly went to visit the fishing harbour. We got there early so we could see the fisherman come in and sell their catch. There were hundreds of pretty coloured fishing boats in the harbour and lots of locals selling their catch down on the beach. They had caught all sorts of fish, even eels and lots of crabs. We then drove to the white sand dunes which took a good hour to ...