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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to learn, kite surfing was unfortunately out of the question, so wind surfing filled a good alternative. Kong, our smiley instructor, gave us a brief break down of how the wind affects the sail, none of which we understood. The language barrier was made more difficult when it came to wind directions and speeds. Nevertheless we headed into ...
... was a bit panicky as to where sandon was and then notice peri was dragging not kiting. Nath and I rode back to the hotel to meet up with John and find out what was happening. Mark and Sacha went in search of sandon. When we got back sandon had caught a txt back to the resort and peri was picked up by the guide and dropped off. Soon after Sacha and Mark came back. All was good except John had an injury on his nose from the kiting. We organised for all of us ...
... have no refrigeration. We then headed back to the hotel to cook up the dishes. The food was prepped before our arrival and we just added the ingredients and cooked the food as per the instructions of the chef. The meal was tasty and there was a large amount of food to eat, we skipped dinner that night. Mui Ne is a nice beach resort area, although the waves were too strong to enjoy swimming in the sea, we enjoyed our time on the coast of ...
The trip to Mui Ne like most in South-East Asia was made by bus and unfortunately for me this bus just so happened to lack a toilet, and a driver who understood the words 'when are we getting there' and 'i'm bursting mate'. Fortunately though i survived that rather painful and tormenting en-devour having got used to them out here and we arrived in the small fishing village of Mui Ne.
As soon as we arrived we ...
... and waited four hours for our hotel shuttle bus. We drove for nearly an hour to a resort called Full Moon Village, twenty kilometers from the tourist action central of Mui Ne village. We planned to stay for four days, see a few sights and have a rest. Nine days later we had not entered any mode of transport and had traveled no greater distance than the one hundred metres from the beach to the pool. A ...