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... br> Ahhh... A shower, a drink on the rooftop, and a comfy bed.. All is well.
I wake rather early to get a view of the town. It is super small compared to where I've been. It's situated right on the river front and it is adorable. So refreshing.
Day or night, it is rather quiet. Of course, depends what you are looking for.. I'm sure a party is to be found if you were looking for it!
I walk around most of the town centre in no time at all, and ...
... is a major departure from the two previous places we've stayed. This is a large, urban area with almost 1,000,000 people. Traffic is almost constant, though it does calm down a lot at night. Despite being such a major beach destination, it is not exactly a tourist friendly city. That being said, it's been good to us so far. Tomorrow we are going on a day trip to Hoi An, a much older, very tourist-orientated place, famous for its plethora of bespoke ...
We arrived on Phu Quoc on the morning of the 14th pretty tired and hungry to find all the prices were almost double what they were on the mainland! It was annoying but we still managed to get a room as cheap as possible near the beach and it really was quite nice, with friendly staff and a clean and nicely fragranced bathroom as well. The only problem was that the power randomly cut out every now and again. Regardless, Emz and I ate some ...
... eating some crepes that were amazing! Our dorm was massive, with massive beds each, and the typical princess mosquito net. We went up early and I settled in my little cocoon to read before going to sleep. Woke up so many times in the night.. Once to shut the windows from an onslaught of rain. In general though I never sleep right through, and take Valium every night. Bad habit, but it's just such an easy ...
... Tintin (not his real name but one that is far more palatable for tourists to get their tongues around), was now the head barman whose job it appears is now to merely oversee proceedings in the bar while walking around making sure the guests are happy. In our case this meant having lengthy conversations with us that would only be interrupted by the odd foray of his to the bar to whip up another personal creation of his for us to devour. My first sight of Tintin came as Helen ...