Lucy Resort

Address: Km2 - Ham Tien, Mui Ne, Vietnam | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Km2 - Ham Tien, Mui Ne.
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    Travel Blogs from Mui Ne

    Travelling by Motorcycle During Rainy Season

    A travel blog entry by dearbev on Jun 24, 2015

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    ... kids would try and chase the bike. I loved driving through the mountains. As much as I loved the beauty and simplicity of the mountains, it was an incredibly scary drive. The road was very narrow, and busses used the road to take people to and from Mui Ne/ Dalat. The thing about cars and busses in the countries I've been to is that they own the road. They know they're bigger than motorbikes and mopeds and are known to run people off the ...

    Mui Ne

    A travel blog entry by tinkyandwinky on Jun 11, 2015

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    ... around 200m up a hill to reach our hotel. It was worth the climb however, as once we were there the manager told us that we had been upgraded to one of their nicest rooms as it was free tonight. He showed us the way, and upon entering the room even Susannah was impressed by how nice it was. With a huge balcony overlooking the sea. Unfortunately, our rumbling stomachs did not permit us to stay in ...

    Vietnam day 19: Mui Ne

    A travel blog entry by hollie_t on May 07, 2015

    After waking up and feeling fully refreshed we spent the day just chilling by the pool or going to the beach and watching those that are burnt hide in the shade!! As we all wanted to do something this evening we decided to go to the sand dunes which were just up the road to watch the sunset, which was truly one of the best sunsets I've ever witnessed as I was with people that I loved. As you arrive at the sand dunes you get bombarded by either little kids or old ...

    Harry's Inferno

    A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Apr 17, 2015

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    ... back seat is the worst place to be in that scenario and I was slammed full body into the bunk above. Just as I was dozing as well. Level six. The horns. THE HORNS! I will forever have that wretched honk seared into my eardrums for it was an ever present sound. They honk to warn drivers of their presence even when they are in no position of any threat. The continue to honk even when alongside a vehicle they're overtaking, by which stage the driver of said ...

    Mui Ne - sand dunes as far as the eye can see

    A travel blog entry by heather.dyce on Feb 12, 2015

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    ... took a walk down the one main road in Mui Ne and soon discovered that not only was it windy, but also Russian owned. Most of the stores had Russian titles and even the menus were first written in Russian, then Vietnamese, then English. Interesting. I want too keen on the place upon first investigation but I was there for two nights so had to make the best of it. The beach wasn't really a thing to write home about. The sand wasn't that great and as it was so windy, it wasn't too ...