Seahorse Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... took a sense of smell to know what the locals used it for.
We also passed a man who had set up a makeshift tat shop in the stream for all those stream essentials you need when walking up a stream such as ****** seashells and wooden spoons. The waterfall itself was nice, although it wasn't that big it was nice to cool off in it after walking in the heat of the day.
... a sun rise trip to the white sand dunes, the bigger brother of the red residing 25km out of town beyond them. We finished the day eating at another rooftop bar, apparently our thing it would seem, before stopping off for some live music on the way back.
3rd November 2014
4am rolled around and the alarm went off; it was 7am until we got out of bed though. Now obviously having missed sun rise we still wanted to make the journey and we'd paid for ...
... could have easily camped there and woke up to catch what I imagine would be a very impressive sunrise from the coast. But as we had no tent and time was pressing we had to crack on so finished our prawns gave our thanks and bid our farewells. Off down the winding road it was.
The ride down was beautiful. we passed one truck and 2 other bikes in the space of an hour. I had turned the engine off as well to save the petrol and it added to the ...
Our plan for the day was to set out towards Mui Ne, Vietnam's surf hotspot. This is a journey of about 230km on the QL28 highway which, even with Vietnam's speed limit never exceeding 60km/h, did not seem an insurmountable distance...
Our journey started well, with the leg to Quang Khe being fast-flowing. We stopped in the shade on the roadside and ate rolls for breakfast, then wound our way steadily up into the mountains. Stopping ...
... had agreed to take us, a helpful receptionist phoned the contact number for the villa and the owner came and picked us up on her scooter. I was slightly blown away when we were dropped in front of a gorgeous, albeit slightly fake looking, blue and white villa with a perfectly kept lawn and flower beds, and a white stone path leading up to a similar stone patio. I dashed up the patio and playfully stuck my head round the front door and was greeted by ...