Vinh Suong Seaside Hotel
Travel Blogs from Phan Thiet
... ate up as soon as possible, taking a walk around the compound with views over a waterfall, and across brilliant green rice paddies to hills covered in tea plantations. Vegetable gardens and fruit trees also surrounded us. It was idyllic, and the sort of place we could have happily holed up in for weeks.
We settled up and saddled up, taking with us a little gift of coffee beans taken from the trees in Juliet's garden. Dave started the day well with ...
We stopped cycling at about 12 midday and after lunch we bussed it for a few hours to this super plush resort hotel by the sea. The region`s main money earners are:
- Dragon Fruit
- Tourism - especially popular with the Russians
... I think Mui Ne is still a town designed for a flying visit - unless you plan to fly on a kite-board whilst you're there.
We had a lie-in on the following day, and caught a lunchtime bus back to HCMC - which, completely predictably, in this country - was hugely late, with no rhyme or reason why. Still we'd had a pleasant break for 48 hours - and were now back in HCMC, ready for our Chinese visas...we hope.
Martin & Lyndsey
... of days and found that to cycle a circular route around this beach resort was 34 Kms. We stopped half way that day, to have a look at two new resorts that had opened since last year. They were 5 star resorts set in huge grounds and the security staff were very reluctant to let us in on our bikes,,,,No one who arrives by bicycle can afford to stay here !!!! The hotel reception staff were more educated and had had some experience of eccentric English,,, we were let in ...
... the shower. The wind had really blow the sand all over us it was good to get it off and out of our hair. We were unsure of what restaurant to head to in the evening. Some of the better reviewed ones on trip advisor were about 2km away, and in general none of the restaurants in Mui Ne were that well reviewed - it obviously isn't the best place to get a decent meal. We ended up in a restaurant across the road, which was linked to a resort. We both had Thai curry a the ...