Mui Ne is a mellow beach town on the South China Sea about 4-5 hours from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). We hired a driver for a 3am night flight out of the city to avoid traffic, and spent the first night at Novella resort, a more upscale option. We intended to stay just 1 night but couldn’t pull ourselves away, and our accommodations got progressively cheaper each night until we ended up in a backpacker hostel. Kite surfing is a huge draw in Mui Ne.
4 thoughts on “Vietnam Beach Scene”
The beach sounds magical and food delicious. But I can’t see them. I need visual cues. Help a man live vicariously with some photos.
Hows the coffee?
Hey hey! Yeah I’m having some troubles using the WordPress mobile app to update the website – working on it. The coffee is good, drinking a lot of Vietnamese iced coffee because it’s so hot here (espresso + condensed milk + ice). For the most part the coffee is the instant variety, espresso machines are only found in high end places and the western-style chain coffee shops 🙂
We need pictures of the golden child?
The Goldenchild has a strict no picture policy. But I’ll try to snap a covert pic of he and the Jade Emperor.