Vinh Suong Seaside Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... that at one of the resorts we could enter and sit at the bar as long as we bought a drink. So a cheap beer later we were hanging out seaside on a much more pleasant beach watching people kite surf. (Most of our pictures are from this nice beach. Turns out we didn't take pictures of our gross guest house or the depressing main road through town.) We had an equally bothersome time getting back to the train station, having to take two ...
... looking at all the colours and the blue bird sky with wisps of white fluffy clouds being pulled across the sky like cotton candy thanks to the wind. It may have been one of the easiest places to photograph as no matter where one pointed their lens it was going to be a great shot. The colours, the sky, the clouds, the trees, the group of people all enjoying it together. Amazing find and a definite not to be missed activity while in Mui Ne (and so the continued ...
... bladder (red faced) but lots of other people got off too? And second was the planned stop, where the bus nearly left without me as I needed the toilet again (red faced). Next journey I will not drink any coffee or juice before getting on. Noel said its like traveling with a child. Haha. The road leading to Mui Ne is through lots of rural areas. The coast must be to my right but I cannot see it. The bus driver and the guy with him speak hardly any English, but he came round ...
... Thanh school where Ho Chi Minh himself taught. Oh but wait, it's Monday!! Which means everything is closed in Vietnam! We completely forgot that Monday is a terrible day for sight seeing and that most attractions close between 11:30 AM and 1 PM. So we aren't able to see either attraction, fail. It took us a couple circles around the black to find it, but our next stop was at the Van Thuy Tu Temple on Ngu Ong Street (Fisherman Street). It's the is the oldest ...
... at the hostel. Mui Ne has been a great place to chill out and relax. We've totally recharged. We've had a great time here despite the rat incident and Kev stubbing his toe off a step and breaking it ! ;-( In broad daylight and sober !! He's also been a small bit homesick and missing his boys, his car and some home comforts like washing machine, using tap water to brush your teeth, wheatabix with real milk and our favourite cafe - The Roseburn Cafe ...