Bien Nho Resort
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Upp tidigt och
äta frukost. Sedan en morgonpromenad till där bussen skulle hämta
oss. Denna bussfärden blev inte någon skruppelfri resa det häller.
Alldeles för kallt, fläktarna som blåste så man fick ont i nacke,
ögon och huvud, för korta liggstolar igen och en chaufför som
tutade hela tiden så man inte kunde slappna av. Men …
... while rubbing and pointing at her nose. We asked Mr Hai what she was saying and he told us she wanted to know why we had such big noses! We know we both have big conks but bloody hell! MR Hai assured us though it was in general white people have high bridges on their nose and vietnamese have flat bridges and being in such a small village she had probably never seen many white people before. Although I'm sure it's just because we both have huge ...
... on a narrow high street). Finally we spotted a sign and parked up the bike with a guard who knew enough English to inform us not to be conned into taking a guide - all we needed to do was follow the water. This was only a few inches deep and the idea is that you take off your shoes and walk along in the stream whilst looking at the 'mini grand canyon' it has carved out of the surrounding red and white sand stone. The canyon was better than ...
... Therefore we ventured out and found a razor (finally) we then wandered the main strip where our hotel was based, but all the restaurants seemed unimpressive and very busy, restaurateurs calling out in both English and Russian to get us to look at their menus, in the end we returned to the hotel restaurant where being virtually the only customers we had a lovely meal, great service and a lovely view out over the water. After the meal we went back to the room for the rest of the ...
... so high into the air, some were jumping as high as houses! We hired a moped for the day and firstly went to visit the fishing harbour. We got there early so we could see the fisherman come in and sell their catch. There were hundreds of pretty coloured fishing boats in the harbour and lots of locals selling their catch down on the beach. They had caught all sorts of fish, even eels and lots of crabs. We then drove to the white sand dunes which took a good hour to ...
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