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... went to our first stop, the fairy stream. I am still unsure as to why it's called fairy stream (I saw none of those crazy critters), however it was a lovely stream that you walked down for 40 minutes, with nice views and an earthy-red rockface on one side. We got picked up and after 10 minutes of driving, pulled over by the roadside to take pictures of a cute fishing village (which is actually the part of the area that is called Mui Ne). There were hundreds of ...
... random steps. - back at the restaurant, I crossed off another Vietnam must try food item: sugar came juice. Wow! A green-yellow colour but extremely sweet and flavourful. The machine squishes the sugarcane and loads of juice comes out! Poolside - I'm so burnt from yesterday so today it a sit by the pool in the shade kind of day - ordered a thin crust Hawaiian pizza to snack on Dinner: - tried to find the peaceful family restaurant and were sent on a wild goose chase on ...
... little villages at times with some of the most excited children we have come across shouting and waving at you like lunatics. I love this side of Vietnam. The quiet rural places that are really only accessible if you have your own transport. There really is nothing quite like that experience of freedom.
With big grins on our faces we climbed a little higher into yet more hills and then rounded a couple of corners before I slowed the bike to a halt ...
Not sure if it's the Anti-malarial tablets or still effects of the bad food poisoning but Alex is shattered all the time at the moment. Looking forward to getting off the tablets for Alex's sake, but we still have to take them for 4 weeks after we leave the malarial regions. After I wrote this while Alex was a sleep on a sun lounger we went for a short walk a few 100 meters down the beach, Alex felt ...
... decent meal at a mostly Russian seeming restaurant called Areca. I swear every beach town in Vietnam is immediately populated by vast herds of Russians. After lunch and a lie down we decided to see one of the very few tourist attractions in Mui Ne.
The following description is entirely sarcastic:
The aptly named Fairy Stream is a gently trickling and wonderfully clean creak that winds between majestic dunes. We splashed our way gaily up the gully, laughing and ...