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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... boats docked near the shore. Navigating a number of steep hills and the standard scooter onslaught we did make it to the other side of town here the red sand dunes sat. We walked up to the top of the dunes and looked around which provided good views of the town and sea beyond the shore but though fairly big, it wasn't the dessert sensation we had been promised. For those who are inclined there was an opportunity to slide down the dunes on a piece of plastic but I ...
... could slide down the dunes). I didn't feel like breaking my bones today! These dunes weren't as impressive as the white dunes, however it was worth a visit to see the lovely sunset! James and I decided to have dinner in the hostel as the food had been nice so far, but 5 minutes after ordering, a girl came to tell me that they had "ran out of rice, me sorry"... How can Vietnam run out of rice?! Crazy haha! After staying up until 3 following the Bison game (because ...
... 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 ...
31st July - Mui Ne
Woke up tired again, been struggling for long kips as we've had early starts and either **** beds or massive dorms, or both. We were buzzing to see the boy Johnny had sorted us out with a sleeper bus there so managed to get another 5hrs kip in.We came to mui ne for the sun ...
... truly jaw dropping. To the point where you feel a little choked and in awe of natures beauty. This was easily the best view I have come across on my travels. The photos I took do not do any of it justice in the slightest as the scale and impact of the place does not translate from reality into a picture. Why the 'Easy Rider' guys wanted to steer us off down some boring fast highway is beyond me. If I was them I would have been demanding that people went ...