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... in this nonverbal manner for about a minute before she went back into her house and grabbed her husband, sons and daughter. The whole family did not speak any English. Charades went to a whole new level. I somehow managed to get across that my bike was broken down and I needed assistance. The husband brought my bike in from the street and took a look at it. In the meantime, I noticed a sign for WiFi on the wall, and asked for the password. The ...
Yesterday I left Mui Ne to Saigon. This was my last drive of the trip. It was the easiest one yet and I am happy to have made it to Saigon safety.
I really enjoyed Mui Ne. I was hoping to go kite surfing but there was not any wind. Instead I spent most the time at the pool, talking with other people and reading.
One thing I did do was take a tour to the near by sand dunes. ...
As we awoke, from yes another might out which only means another cracking hangover, we all got on the bus down to Mui me after failing at packing and nearly passing out on my suitcase... On the bus on the way down we drove all along the coast line for about 4 hours, which would've been amazing if I was awake for it all.. And also we were on a reclining public bus so it felt like you would die of heat exhaustion or just drowning ...
... an Italian guy who was in our dorm in Hoi An (the joys of travel, always meeting the same people over again) which did not turn out to be a good thing because our evening that turned into an early morning was spent bar hopping and searching for ladies night free drinks which surprisingly and fortunately were very popular in Mui Ne. As I am sure you can guess day 2 started late, with sore heads and didn't include much activity other that sleeping on the deck chairs and ...
... a bay area. There really want much to see except the stunning sight of hundreds of fishing boats which speckled the shore line and bay. We hung around long enough to snap some photos, chill with some local kids trying to sell shells they had found and enjoy the sight of course. The heat of the day was really starting to rise so we stopped off to have some lunch and wait it out a while before heading to the sand dunes. This is when I realized that Banh mi is going to be a staple in ...