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... up our open bus from there instead!
We found a bus leaving in 20 minutes so we paid our extra £4 each and were collected for the bus a few minutes later!
We got on the bus, choosing the front seats on the sleeping bus and settled in for the 5-6 hour journey to Mui Ne.
Not a bad journey at all and we arrived to a lovely, bright and sunny Mui Ne finding our hotel after a short stroll along the main street.
We spent most of the afternoon chilling by ...
Harry likes to keep his blog instructive so let me offer now a piece of advice that should be heard and heeded. Never, ever, ever, under any circumstances, take an overnight bus in Vietnam. I talk more about my descent into hell later, but first let me take you back to a happier time, a time when I had a nice hotel with a bed in it. A time when I went to visit the ancient Champa ruins at My Son. Pronounced Mee Sonn not 'my son'. This was Regiment Tourism at its ...
... from a group of Malaysian tourists who were quick to offer their assistance, along with procure a few photos of Harry along the way. We had been advised to by our driver to return to the Jeep after 40 minutes of exploring the stream, but the impressive scenery and soothing effect of walking barefoot in this small current of water kept drawing us further and further upstream. We eventually reversed our course in the direction of where we set out from, but only ...
... for a massive prawn supper! Mmm. Back to the hotel for a few beers and travel blog updates on our balcony. We decided to stay another night in Mui Ne as we love the chilled out vibe, food and the weather is great for windsurfing! Comments: Impressed by cheapness of beer in restaurant. 1 x 500ml bottle of Saigon Green beer is 33p! - heaven! Whole fish for two + salad and rice for 100,000 VND = £3.30 A whole fresh pineapple 20,000 VND = ...
... to the start of the stream itself. We were told to take off our shoes and start the trek. Within only several paces we were rewarded with magnificent views of the various layers of rock and sand that built up the area. It was a stark contrast of red, orange and white stone faces all surrounded by the lush greens of trees and grasses divided by this Fairy Stream. It was like it was out of a movie - us all walking bare foot in the stream with our heads on ...