Mui Né

After three nights in Ho Chi Minh City and two interesting tours, we left for a couple nights at the beach in Mui Né.

On the road…

 

Here are some of my first pix at the Allezboo Resort, including a mini-iguana and a cool little doggie…

More pix of the Allezboo and the beach at Mui Né…

Just flowers and a bruised banana slug…

Next door to the Allezboo is either a new resort being built or an old one being rehabilitated. It looked like several folks were living in a couple little corrugated shanties there. Also, on the Sunday evening I walked over in that direction exploring the rocks and tidepools there were dozens of locals enjoying the beach there. Some pix…

In reading about fun stuff to do in Mui Né I learned about the red & white sand dunes and a place called the Fairy Stream. The dunes were kinda far away, and I’ve see a lot of sand. The Fairy Stream (also called the Fairy Spring) however, seemed different, and it was!  This first set of pix is of my ride on a motor scooter getting there, some of the signs near the entrance, fish sauce vats, laundry, and water hyacinth flowers…

The Fairy Stream (mylittlenomads link) was amazing. With clay and limestone cliffs on one side and tropical vegetation (palms, bamboo, bananas, etc.) on the other side it was a delightful walk up shallow little stream. There were red sand dunes (cool & different from what I’ve seen before) and intricately eroded off-white cliffs and out croppings. Several other tourists were enjoying the barefoot walk in the stream…

Some clips to and of the Fairy Stream…

 

Study Questions:

  1. Research Mui Né (see link above). Cool?
  2. Research the Fairy Stream (see links above). Cool?
  3. Your coolest beach vacation, favorite beach spot?

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