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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... walk from the bus station with our bags! Mui Ne itself was a small beach resort. It's basically one long road with hotels, restaurants and small shops lining the beach front. The beach was lovely, not as stunning as those on Koh Rong but more like home with slightly darker sand and waves! We spent our first afternoon chilling in Joes cafe chatting and watching the waves. We went out for some tasty Mexican food at a place next to the hostel and got a pretty ...
The bus was very windy, and extremely bumpy. Although it was horrendous, looking out the windy at the driving rain and the hairpins, we knew we had made the right choice to ditch the bikes. Luckily I managed to keep my stomach lining inside me, and we arrived in Dalat in one piece. By this point I was feeling really sick and had a temperature. We got to the hostel and I went straight to bed. I was woken by the owner of the guesthouse who had come ...
... it and want to stay longer. In our case, this couldn't be more true. We originally booked 3 nights, but decided to stay for 5. So far, it's our fave place on the trip and the first time we've been really sad to move on. Here's why..... Hoi An is an ancient port that sits on the river and has been influenced by the French, Chinese and Japanese. It has a wonderful mix of ancient buildings (Japanese covered bridge and assembly houses) and modern coffee and ...
... Hai, Bai, Yo! Which means 1,2,3, Cheers, this sentence had already been pretty popular around Vietnam. We returned to the hostel and instead of going to bed, I went out for a few more drinks. Being in our small group I had felt like we hadn't met many other people yet, so I was keen to mingle. Despite having to get up early for canyoning tomorrow it was nice to speak to some other travellers, a few of them would be joining us tomorrow for the ...
... food. We quickly got ready and joined them for some food at a local plastic chair restaurant. Dinner included a BBQ where we cooked our own beef, squid and vegetables. The beef came with rice paper rolls and tasted really yummy; the squid was rather chewy but the okra that came with it was enjoyable. Another course was a huge pot of river snails! They were seasoned with lemongrass and it was the first time Sophie had eaten snails. They were okay... Wouldn't eat them by choice due ...