Travel Blogs from Mui Ne
... freedom that prevent the US from adapting. When the time comes that countries really have to begin dealing with the impact of climate change, it may end up being top-down authoritarian countries like China, and a few democratic but relatively ideologically homogenous countries like Japan, that will actually be able to deal with it, while we're still ******* around and arguing about what it means for our individual freedom.
Of course, this doesn't mean ...
... with the exception of a few plastic models). It took the Villagers just 2 years to make using just hand held tools and is around 2000 metres long built over 3 different levels. 60 family's lived under ground between 1967 and 1975 and it included a hospital and maternity ward with 17 children being born under ground, school, living quarters, toilets, wells and meeting rooms. Really impressive how they was built and amazing people lived in such ...
Today we set off on the bike to see the sights of Mui Ne. This started with a spectacular view of fishing boats in the harbour, whilst trying to find an elusive 'fairy stream'. There were small round fishing boats (now mostly fibreglass rather than the traditional weave) as well as many larger boats, all painted varying shades of bright blue.
Deciding that we must have missed the so called 'fairy stream', we did a U-turn (easier said ...
... of her, I felt I couldn't take her up on that offer.
A day later and I managed to un-jam the lens, delighted with that result!
After the busy morning, myself and Tiffany grabbed breakfast back in Mui Ne, and then spent the day on the beach, swimming, walking and watching the kite surfers pulling tricks.
Tiffany was leaving the next day, but I'd grown fond of Mui Ne beach and decided to ...
... driving back to the hotel we got pulled over by the police who were looking for bribes because 'we didn't have international driving licenses' but after paying €40 they let us ride away again anyway!! So annoying!! Vietnam is raping our budget!!
The next morning we moved to our friends hotel and for €7.50 each we got our own double bed, and they were the comfiest beds yet, heaven!! ...
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