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Massive Mui Ne

Vietnam's longest beach resort?

zbeach.jpgWe spent four glorious days at the kite surfing beach capital of Vietnam – Mui Ne. This is the longest beach resort I think I have ever seen. We spent our days zipping up and down on motorbikes (mainly on the back as, although we did try to rent our own, we we're hopeless and gave up) and eating and drinking.

We met some sporty Canadians - Erin and Jordan - and biked up to the red sand dunes in convoy along with the Westwick sisters and Kiwi Paul.



We discovered a brilliant outdoor seafood restaurant Bo Ke where you choose your fish (still alive!) and have it barbecued in front of you at the beach. India has not stopped talking about the scallops which were served up in shells and cooked with spring onions and a sweet soy sauce. A whole plate will set you back less than a quid!

Our guesthouse owners (Hai Yen) were not the friendliest but they did keep their coconuts in the freezer creating the perfect breakfast drink of ice cold coconut juice!

z-boke.jpgOur evenings were spent at Pogo's beach bar, Wax nightclub and then on night four, after the weather took a turn for the worst, we checked ourselves into the local salon for a 60min full body massage and watched Transformers (the film) in our room.


Next stop, Vietnam's city of love - Dalat.

Posted by aspindi 20:32 Archived in Vietnam Tagged beach seafood

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