Bien Nho Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Bien Nho Resort Mui Ne
Travel Blogs from Mui Ne
... sorts of crazy things in the road was a bit nerve racking at first but after a few minutes we realised we was in safe hands and before to long we was out of the city roads and on our way. Our first day was a trip to the DMZ (demilitarised zone) the area that used to separate north and south Vietnam and where a vast majority of battles took place during the America war. After 45 minute we took a quick stop, MR Hai brought us a drink then we went to Hung ...
... but no one said anything to him, and he continued singing, pushing his speaker on down the road on wheels!
My camera jammed then, which was a bit of bother for me - I imagine sand got in the lens at some point. With no phone as it was robbed in Nha Trang, and now a broken camera, I wasn't feeling too lucky! It was off to the Fairy Springs after that, a long mosey in a warm river to a small waterfall. ...
... we started walking to the hotel (I use the term loosely) but stopped and
asked for directions...then realized it was a few miles so grabbed a taxi. The hotel is ok you can't expect too much for £9 a night, it's clean and has hot water. We dropped our stuff off and then went for a walk past all the fancy resorts and managed to cut through one to get to the beach. It's nice being near the sea again, we passed on going swimming as there were so many huge jellyfish washed up on ...
... on and to coach the boys on how to slide down a hill! It is difficult to think about how these Vietnamese children can improve their fate when they are neede to be out selling bits of plastic to tourists for 50 cents instead of being in school. Unfortunately the slide was nothing compared to our famous Wooli slide but filled in the day. We met an English couple there who had recently been to the sand dunes at Rainbow Beach - these ones ...
... plastic poncho on. Now I'm wet and flapping around in what seems to be a bin bag. By the time I get back to the hotel the sun is out, I'm dry and the poncho has disintegrated.
There are some very strange menu items in some of the restaurants. Most specialise in seafood and have tanks and buckets with all kinds of marine life. Various fish, a selection of prawns and crabs, eels, clams and somethings I don't even recoganise. There are also restaurants that ...