Vinh Suong Seaside Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Phan Thiet
... We were meeting Sarah and Mike at Joes bar, we couldn't see them but it gave me perfect opportunity for a kick wee as I think I may have wet myself if is waited any longer, poor Scott was still holding it in! We started walking up the street to try and find some accommodation when we bombed into Sarah and Mike, they took us up the road to the hostel they are staying at, it's quiet and clean, it's still being built some of it and doesn't even have a name ...
... at least a few weeks before it made it there. At this point I decided to leave Yasim and Max behind and have a little time to myself on the beach. First I went to the corner store and bought some tasty treats that I normally wouldn’t spend that much money on, but it was Christmas and figured I deserved a few goodies to celebrate. With a full bag I made my way to the main stretch of the beach where the colourful sails of the kite surfers were dancing in the ...
Fairy stream and sand dunes
The road to Pan Thiet was extremely bumpy, as most of it was still under construction. This wasn't a major problem until after a particulary big bump Hania shouted 'STOP THE BIKE!'. The luggage rack was hanging on by about 2mm of metal. We managed to remove the bags before it completely broke and I went on a mission to find a mechanic. This turned out to be easier than I thought as it seems everybody in Vietnam does bike ...
... got to try the local honey from the hive which was buzzing with domesticated bees. A little bit scary. Afterwards we hopped back on the boat to go further down the island. We jumped off and listened to how they make coconut candy, which was delicious. I do love me some sample food. I ended up buying 6 packets. Sorry dad, I know you said to stop eating, but rest assured they will be presents, hopefully. We hopped back on the ...
... a beer and bottle of water I was very happy with my cheap dinner. Stuffed, we went back to our air conditioned room and double checked the map for our forthcoming ride. I was buzzing to finally get into the Annamite Mountains and to the French Colonial Hill Station of Dalat, a place the French Army used to head into in order to cool down from the contrasting temperatures of the coast. Having had seen the outlines of these mountains from afar, we couldn't ...