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... Newcastle thrash Bournemouth and then head out and see what the night life has to offer. Dinner - check Newcastle thrash Bournemouth - check Feeling merry - check Find night club - check Walk in - check Busy full of people our age - che... Wait no! There is no one here. Older couples and a few locals. Wtf. Where are all of the young travellers!? We decide to stay and have a beer and shisha and see if anyone else swings by. Nope no one. We decide ...
... The hotel itself had a very nice pool and a trampoline! Plus paddle boards and kayaks to use for free so I was praying that we had at least one nice day to utilize all of the amenities we paid for.
The next day we woke up there was a glimmer of the sun through thick clouds and it looked promising that maybe, just maybe it wouldn't rain. I can handle clouds, but rain would ruin my plans. We decided to rent motorbikes and head to the sand dunes. ...
... was quite warm inside. Relaxing was still easy enough.
4 hours later we arrived at Binh Thuan Station (was once called Muong Man).
Ok, time to haggle for a cheap 30 km ride to our hotel. We were approached by two 20 something guys from Belgium who asked if we’d be interested in sharing a taxi – which we agreed to do. After they were dropped off we continued on to our digs – Hai Yen Family Hotel.
It was during the ...
After another 6 hour bus journey we arrived in Mui Ne. Arriving at about noon we reached the hotel, once again dumped our bags and we went out to explore. Having previously read there is absolutely no way of getting lost as it is one strip of beach road... we got lost. Looking for Mui Ne's infamous music cafe we hopped on the back of a motorbike taxi in the hope that he knew where it was... we got lost. 30 minutes later and a ...
... the plantation! It was such a nice view. What made it better was that we didn't even know this was included on the tour! That first 30km or so was mostly on a road that was still being built, so we ended up pretty dirty covered in whatever they build these roads with... Also, it was up to us to dodge the diggers and steam rollers... they weren't stopping for nobody. After cycling for a little longer, we were taken to a silk factory to be shown how that is ...