Little Mui Ne Cottages
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... was smooth sailing; as the white sand dunes came in to view in the distance though the final part of the journey was on a sandy dirt track. The majority of this was fine until we reached an apparent building site on the road which had plenty of JCB vehicles and workers as they moved sand from place to place. The road in this part was now just sand in the majority which made steering pretty ************e point we had to bail off and let the scooter fall with all three of ...
... and smelled the fish and dealt with the owner - must be an Irish thing. She spent so much time checking him I thought she was going talk to him as well - the fish that is !! Although she didn't inform him that he was going to be bbq in the next few minutes. So there we were with a 2 1/2 lb tuna (christened Tony) with cold beers, rice and veg - all looking good - for 280,000VD or £8 - amazing. There was more to this great find than I was ...
... I could get home alone. Which I did. After about an hour Mark popped his head through the door and said they'd found a nice seafood place we should eat at. I was showered so jumped straight back onto the bike and headed there. While we were eating it pusses it down with rain but that was ok as we ate platefuls of squid, scallops and giant sea snails (and rice and veg). We got back at about 9pm and bought a couple of beers to get over the powercut that occurred halfway ...
... The only real tourist attractions in the city are war museums and I'd heard that going to the cu chi tunnels was much more interesting so that's what we did. It was amazing to see how the Vietnamese built 200km of tiny tunnels around the Saigon area. Many consider this to be the reason they won the war, as it provided a serious upper hand on tactics against the Americans! At the end of the tour we actually got to go through 200m of ...
... 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