Vinh Suong Seaside Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Phan Thiet
... 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 ...
... 160; The next day the two finally began their bike trip and started to head north. I spent the morning by the pool relaxing before getting on a mini bus to Dalat. I had decided that missing out on it would be a regret, so back tracking the 5 hours was in store. I just hoped that this good weather was sticking around and that it wouldn’t be too cold and prayed it wouldn’t rain up in the mountains. The bus ride was certainly one of the ...
... 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. ...
... there is no hope for me. Long, told us about the island and how the people made a living basically from tourists visiting. It was so ***********centrate in the heat. We were then taken to a little hut where we tried the local fruit. There was dragon fruit and lady fingers, which are mini bananas but a little bit sweeter. Funnily enough our fan was the only one not working. We continued on walking across the island, to another ...
... 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 ...