Little Mui Ne Cottages
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... on her doorstep with a basket of ducklings quacking at her feet. Hearing our bikes she beckoned us in as we were leaving town. Her daughter appeared from her hammock inside and explained they had saved enough money to take her to a hospital in Saigon. Already in debt from the consultation the cost of the surgery was beyond them. She will remain blind. Such a simple yet life changing procedure that we take for granted, in England. We scooped up some of the babies from ...
... to drive onto the Highway towards the fishing town of Lagi, we were desperate to head back onto the coastal rode and glare admiringly over the South China Sea. Having found our way back onto the quiet potholed filled road, we traveled through paddies, banana and papaya trees, salt flats, and of course the ocean. Passing through rural villages that most travellers don't get to see was a special experience. Cattle drawn carts covered the road, with ...
... of experience. During the season the beach might get crowd with about 70 percent of Russians tourists – I don't think I have seen a restaurant that would not have menu in Russian here.
From Mui Ne you can do few trips to visit White Sand Dunes, Red Sand Dunes, Lizard Farm, Mui Ne Market, Mui Ne Fishing Village.
Tet holiday started when we were in Mui Ne on 31 of January so after our morning walk we observed Vietnamese giving respect ...
... the hero!), took one for the team by ending up knee deep in quick sand at one point which showed the rest of us where not to put your feet. As we reached the end of the stream we were presented with a nice waterfall and some local children throwing sand at us (humph!)
Next stop was some fishing village where we are able to see many old style fishing boats. After a quick pic, we were on our way to the white sand dunes for a spot of adrenaline adventures. We rented ...
... in the sky. We did get some entertainment of Steve and
Jane trying to slide down the dune on the makeshift plastic sheet sled, didn’t
work and they broke it. Off to dinner
now and all my food came out really quickly compared to everyone else but that
was ok, I was starving and the noodle soup was good. Steve got the biggest prawns we have seen in
a very long time and said they tasted good too.