The Coast Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Vung Tau
The final stop was the Vung Tau Market. This is covered and huge, with a real risk of getting lost. At one stage our guide disappeared completely and over half of us were left stranded in the maze. Eventually he reappeared and escorted us to safety. The market was covered with narrow alleyways between the stalls. Incredibly from time to time a motorbike would make its way down one of the alleyways usually against the flow of human traffic. (There are ...
... explained that it is easier for guys who are doing the same thing as us to join onto the main road without having to ride through crazy Ho Chi Minh City. We decided to buy off him as he helped guide us through the steps and where to get maps, helmets etc. Also if we were stuck we could ring him so he can have a word with the mechanics so they don't rip us off .
We had to stay over for a couple of nights to get the mopeds sorted, ...
... do some salmons and staples or still catch up on some sleep. Then at 3.00 some of us headed down the road in a taxi to walk up to the giant replica statue of Jesus Christ in Rio which was (118ft) towering over the city and the South China Sea. This one was even taller than the original Rio statue. It was really amazing up there and a bloody hot crawl up to the top. So it was another great day in Vietnam, and bring the north! Cheers Jake and ...
... of ours. We went to Pizza Hut for dinner which was soooo good. We then went and had a look at some shops and had a few drinks at a bar. I left around 11 to go back to the apartment and see my Swedish friends. They taught me how to play backgammon, and I won the first game I ever played :) We then decided to watch a movie, not too sure what its called because I was so tired, I don't remember much of what happened even. I know I was enjoying it and I'd like to watch it again but ...
We arrived in Vaug Tau and took a taxi to Back Beach a cheap touristy area. We had low expectations of the place due to reviews we had read online but we were pleasantly surprised.
Finding a hotel room was a bit of an ordeal, we were all tired and hungry and the Vietnamese hoteliers could not understand 1 double, 1 single room. We finally settled on a hotel for 150,000vnd (£4.60) a night. Although both Scott and I ...