Seahorse Resort & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... no tracks and just open sand. After an amazing half hour we dropped the quad off had a roam around and set off in search for the red sand dunes. Vietnamese kids running down the street with sleds was our indicator that we had arrived. After politely declining the offer of a vinyl sheet sled we found a dune, sat down and watched the sunset. Wow. Peeling ourselves away from the amazing surroundings we hit the road again back ...
... cheaper we decided that the hospitality and room at this hotel was worth the extra buck. Once settled in the room and doing some laundry in the tub, we ventured off to go grab some grub and see the town. We found ourselves on the boat dock surrounded by a 100 some boats with fishermen on them cleaning their boats or socializing after the days catch. One group waved us down when we road by and motioned to us to join them on board. They were enjoying ...
... bardzo wygodne hamaki i prawie nigdy nie są odwiedzane przez turystów, więc stanowimy nie małą atrakcję. W drodze do Pan Thiet mieliśmy małą sesję zdjęciową z Wietnamczykami, w których kawiarni byliśmy pierwszymi białymi klientami.
Z Pan Thiet pojechaliśmy na całodniową wycieczkę do pobliskiej miejscowości Mu Ne. Naszym pierwszym przystankiem był Fairy ...
... over outside the temple in a Cham village. The religion has its origins in India and the practice is a mix of Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. We removed our shoes and were invited to sit crossed legged with the robed men of the village. Like Islam Ramadan is celebrated and the men of the village must remain in the temple for its duration. They eat only at 4am and 4pm. Unlike Islam rules regarding women are relaxed and Emma shared green tea and bananas with our hosts, ...
... fantastic scenery.
We were dropped off on the far side of the lake, where we were blessed by the sight of a tarmac road. This proved to be the continuation of the QL28, so we had been on the right road all this time. Including the boat journey... The surface remained good for the next 30km into Di Linh. Total distance today = 120kmTotal riding time today = 4 hours
We decided to press on and see where we ended up as there was ...