Princess D'Annam Resort & Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... re going back out. We get to the club and head in and yes this place is lively and has it going on. Lets grab a beer. I get a second wind and i'm on the dance floor, yes me on the dance floor, i usually hate it but tonight i'm loving. Jack's fallen in love with a bird in a blue dress with a tattoo down her back and yeah i can why he has. There is one girl dancing right next to me, i try and engage conversation but she's got a glazed look on her ...
... there were plastic bottles thrown in the water. I wonder if this is just because there's no trash pick-up system. The nice ride ended abruptly when we had to turn down a dirt road...it was more large rock than dirt...very fun on a scooter. We got through it and reached our destination of the white sand dunes, which sat beside a lake filled with lotus flowers. And you could rent ATVs! we rented the ATVs for 20 minutes. Of course mine broke with in 2 minutes ...
... through with the goods, she organised a chap on a scooter to bring it back on his rounds in the area – for 100k VND! Bargain!
Tea that night was across the road, not the best Asian meal I’d had so far, more like truckstop food. Watching a chap assist the cook with a cigarette drooping out of his mouth didn’t really add to my enthusiasm to dine there again to soon.
Day 25 – Ham Tien
For the simplest brecky ...
... of the waterfall at the streams source. Having reached a rather flooded area of the stream, coming up to our chests, we abandoned the quest in hope to keep our personal belongings somewhat dry. Back on the motorbike and a 30km journey following the shoreline up to the desert. Thinking we'd gone to far, with nothing in sight other than a few roaming street cattle, the odd shepherd and a petrol tank nearing on empty we ...
... little further to visit the elephant waterfall, which required a 15 minute climb down wet rocks with a barely existent hand rail. It was not enjoyable if I'm honest... Plus I lost my sunglasses down a deep crevasse, but the waterfall was pretty nice. The guides then took our bikes apart, put them into the car and drove us for about an hour or so to have a picnic lunch which they had prepared and was really nice. Then we cycled another 35km which was sooo ...