Princess D'Annam Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... to say we were both a bit sad to have to say good bye, and hopefully a see you again some day soon. So when he kissed me good bye for the last time and the bus door closed it was another snap shot. This time not with my camera, but instead in my mind. When one door closes another opens… and so with that my love affair had come to an end as quickly as it began. Moritz leaving only two days before Christmas made for an even heavier heart of being away ...
... there is no hope for me. Long, told us about the island and how the people made a living basically from tourists visiting. It was so ***********centrate in the heat. We were then taken to a little hut where we tried the local fruit. There was dragon fruit and lady fingers, which are mini bananas but a little bit sweeter. Funnily enough our fan was the only one not working. We continued on walking across the island, to another ...
... compared to the other hostels in which we have stayed. The first thing we saw was the swimming pool - a welcome sight. We booked in and taken to our room - very clean with a great shower, airconditioning and a safe - what more could you ask for at $14 a night ? With the bonus of having our own balcony overlooking the pool. The hostel complex leads onto the beach which is very nice. Once in the room, I got changed and in the pool in 10 mins - like ...
... cooking course by the ocean. After a trip to a local market we learned how to cook 4 authentic Vietnamese dishes. Thankfully, Emma documented the whole experience. We spent the afternoon lounging by the pool, preparing for our 8am bus to Ho Chi Minh city tomorrow.
As we update our blog we are drinking some tiger beers, sitting next to the pool, looking down to the Mui Ne beaches. We can easily say we've really enjoyed our time ...
... blocking the sea out. When we snuck down a little grass path onto the beach the sun went in. Great, but oh well the sea was warm anyway so we had a little swim and relax on the beach. Then went to the greatly named Fairy Springs. It was beautiful! A shallow stream of red brown water floated calmly upon red sand dunes. We paddled our way up and it was quite magical, romantic. We climbed a huuuge dune off to the side of the stream which felt like walking up a down escalator ...