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Mark and I woke early enough to go for a run before breakfast. We couldn't believe our eyes when we looked out at the beach and saw little fishing oats everywhere. The boats are so cool, just round little boats made from cane. We have never seen anything like it. Some have motors whilst others use a paddle. We hung around the beach for the morning enjoying the warmth. We enjoyed it so much that Chels and I got a bit burnt. ...
... mouth! Not a sport we can see ourselves getting into. We stayed on the sand dunes until sunset, which was fantastic. On our way back the wind had picked up which meant having to ride pretty slow, dodging the big patches of sand which had been blown onto the road! After a dinner at a local restaurant, full of grumpy Russians, we went back to the hotel for a couple of fruit shakes. I asked for coconut, and before I knew it the barman ...
... grappling and a lot of yelling later, of which us and the locals were watching with amusement and astonishment, and the English dude had paid the taxi guy off somewhat.
The Bus pulled up not long after and the night finally finished with us tired and entertained anticipating our early arrival in Saigon and departure for the island of Phu Quoc where Emz had purchased us tickets for my birthday.
... driving past hundreds of dragon fruit plantations. The scenery was brilliant, huge hills and mountains dotted the sides of the road, though i'm glad we didn't have to ride up them! We arrived at the resort aroung 6 so unfortunately we missed the sunset, but the place is absolutely brilliant. IT's this huge villa, Sea links city. And a city it is. There's about 3 hotels on the property, and it has a golfcourse and backs right onto the beach. The rooms were ...
... was not too bad. We even were able to catch some wind and ride straight for a while.
The hard part was to turn... either a jibe (downwind turn) or a tack (upwind turn) were not easy. We focussed on practising the tack as this one would not send us that far downwind (and because it is a little harder than the jibe).
Practice, practice and practice. Matt, our instructor did a good job pointing out our mistakes. He better be for what we paid for the ...