Minh Tam Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMinh Tam Resort Mui Ne
Minh Tan is an Ok low buget, waterfront resort hotel. What let it down was the nightclub across the road - 6.00am finish, techno till dawn.
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... still number one fan even in Asia) and being told off by a frog, sorry...French girl, for being too loud the previous night, I slept like a baby in our weird style dorm that had 3 single beds on each side of the room, all head to toe! The next day (Sunday 19th) and we were heading to our final destination in Vietnam, Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). The bus left at 2pm and took 5 hours. We couldn't get the hostel we wanted until the following day, so last minute we ...
... who informed us about the history of these tunnels before we got a chance to explore the underground tunnels ourselves. We arrived back in Ho Chi Minh city around 3pm and booked our bus to Mui Ne tomorrow. In the evening we met Anna and Damien for an amazing american pork dinner at Quan Ut Ut. This morning we took a sleeper bus to Mui ...
... solely for this sight alone. Why this place wasn't on the Top Gear lads route I do not know but it was simply unmissable.
We looked where to park up and passed a few other Western lads who were also traveling on bikes parked up and taking the view in. As I slowed up and nodded hello the lads just blanked me and looked away. Hmm not very social of them. 20 yards further down the road were a local couple parked up with their scooter having an ...
The rest of the night was spent huddled under the shower weeping while scraping our tainted skin off.
Actually the rest of the night involved a “20 minute” walk to dinner. Lauren navigated. I SWEAR TO YOU THAT THIS WILL BE THE LAST TIME. 35 minutes later we had made it half way to our destination and gave up. We turned around and after running into a few closed restaurants (due to Tet) eventually found a decent place to eat. Which we did. Then slept ...
... 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 ...