- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... for her to make our meals. Besides the language barriers I swear we were the only foreigners in town as people stared in awe as we walked passed; I can assure you that not many travellers pass through this area. Vietnam comes to an end; what a blast. This country has so much to offer. It's delicious foods, great people, amazing scenery, charming towns, thousands of rice fields and touching history. One of my favourite visits so far in SE Asia. Breanne's point of view Once ...
... we wanted on the island- we did get a bit lost on the first day though and accidentally ended up back at Bai São beach, but I loved it there anyway so I was glad we went back. On the second day we went to the North of the island and took a tour guide with us who we called Papa Smiler because he was always smiling! We drove through the National Park and saw the pepper farms and then drove through some fishing villages. We had to drive over a really narrow bridge which was kind ...
Kep was another small traditional town on the coast. Our guest house was about 2km out of town in the countryside. The lady that worked there didn't speak a word of English and just kept laughing when we spoke to her ;-). It was one of the most remote places we have stayed in and was quite nice to be out the way of everything and everyone else. The town is famous for its crab market so on the first day we borrowed the bikes from our guest house and biked down to ...
... heat of the coast. Suffering from the heat ourselves we decided to hire a motorbike and make the trip up the mountain to see the sights at the top. Until recently it hasn't been possible to visit the mountain without joining a tour group but a new $1 billion road has now been completed meaning the journey up was relatively easy if a little windy.
The main reason for the new road is that a Chinese investment group have bought the land at the top of the hill and ...
... river and a speedboat with a water-mattress hanging behind it. It looked a little like a banana but much more smaller and very impulsive Jolien and I decided to go in the water and try it. After that nice intermezzo and some hot drinks with Belgian cookies, we went home again where I jumped on the motorbike I rented to go for a quick dip in the sea before we had some diner. After that I brought back the scooter and went to bed ...