Vinh Suong Seaside Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... us to make a call to the UK and fix the 'problem'... panic over. Now with our bellys and wallets full, another visit to the music cafe and the following days bus booked, we were ready for the next leg. Travelling day arrived and after a morning beer we strolled back to our hotel 20 minutes early to find the bus sat there waiting for us about to leave... phew! Makes a change from them being 20 minutes late. Nha Trang here we ...
... early dinner, when Sabrine was able to munch again. In the evening, she decided to go back to the hotel to rest while I stayed in the old town for a few beers. I randomly met with a dutch couple that was in Phon Nha with us, and I sat with them for the evening. They also promised to send me a few pictures of the Phong Nha caves. We also met with a british couple that was in the caves with us. Hoi an is a small town! The beers were 10000 ...
... czerwone i białe wydmy piaszczyste, określane 'Saharą Wietnamu'. Na miejscu były do wypożyczenia quady, którymi można było jeździć po wydmach, za 30min trzeba było zaplacić $30. Porównując tą cenę z innymi cenami w Wietnamie (nasze zakwatowanie na dzień to $5), cena wydała nam się zdecydowanie za wysoka, więc postanowiliśmy przejść po wydmach pieszo. ...
... filled the little intersection at the temple gate. We were mobbed on our exit and stayed around while we exchanged high fives and smiles. The two finger salute here means hi, which ever way round you do it. Music started from a distance and grew louder as the ice cream man appeared, on a scooter, well what else would he be on. We gave away the last of the candy and mounted our bikes. The children, robed men of the temple and even the ice cream man waved us off. A blind ...
... was repeated for a few herds of cows and some goats, but as we were stopping every 20-25km to regain circulation in our posteriors, this didn't hamper progress too much. We counted off the kilometres on the roadside waymarkers, eventually reaching Ma Lam as the sun was setting in spectacular fashion behind the mountains beyond the paddy fields.
We pushed on to Phan Thiet as darkness fell, and Jacqui spotted a "Nha nghi" sign which ...