One of the best experience from my stay in Vietnam was a motorbike trip we did with the ‘polish ghetto’ crew from Mui Ne to Phan Rang. I didn’t expect Vietnam to be so diverse and beautiful and the trip to be one of those moments that stays with you forever.
All pictures taken by Doktor
From Mui Ne to Phan Rang. Gallery from the amazing motorbike trip. February 2018.
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Part I – the road from Mui Ne to Phan Rang
After arrival we went searching for some food and ended up in a restaurant packed with teachers from local school. Very friendly and talkative. It always great to eat and talk with locals.
It seems that it was onions season. These women were working very hard even at night. Some of us went help them a bit.
One day before the wind came we went further north up to the waterfall hidden in the jungle. The road was leading trough hills, valleys and small cities located at the shore of South East Chinese Sea. Watch these spectacular colors and shapes we were meeting on our way.
Ordering food outside touristic places might be quite challenging. But the food is good and prices low. You can always try to experiment a bit! 😀
Coffee is very popular in Vietnam. Most often it’s served with sweet milk and ice – cafe su da. They have a special way to prepare it. You get an alu jar with small holes at the bottom. You put the coffee inside and than push it with kind of a cap that fits inside the jar and than pour hot water on it. The water drops slowly so it takes few minutes to prepare it. This way you get kind of Vietnamese espresso.
There are countless unknown beaches with great conditions for kiting and surfing in Vietnam. Happily there are still some unspoiled by the human places on this planet.
Adam is living in Vietnam since about 10 years now. Great person and a truly water sports addict.
On the way back to Mui Ne we have made few stops to admire beaty of Vietnamese nature.
The dunes close to Mui Ne are super beautiful. Unfortunately heavily polluted with tourists. Plenty of people and noise of all kind of vehicles that can run on sand are destroying experience of this amazing place.
Thank you guys for this amazing time we spend together!
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