Arrived in Nha Trang in the afternoon and found a cheap hostel straight away as there were loads around!!
We went to the beach for the rest of the day and went for a swim in the sea. The beaxch wasn't as nice as the beach in Mui Ne but it was still nice to be back at a beach!
The next day we had booked to go on a boat trip. The boat wasn't really what we expected and it was full of vietnamese people who don't like to go in the sun as it is a sign of poverty if you have a tan because you will have worked in the fields therefore we ended up getting quite burnt as we spent the whole day in the sun! we were allowed to sunbath on the top of the boat and when we got to the first island we could jump off the top of the boat i was very brave and jumped off the top and even snorkelled!!
We went to a couple more islands one we had to pay to get on to, and at one island we had a floating bar where we were given rings to sit in in the sea and free dalat wine which was pretty gross!!
We arrived back in the afternoon very sunburnt.
The next moring we volunteered at this place called 'Crazy Kims' where street children are given a chance at learning English in order for them to gget jobs in tourism to help prevent them from being subject to child prostitution. However when we arrived things were a bit hectic but we still managed to speak to a few of the kids and they were just eager to hear anything we had to say which would help improve their English.
In the afternoon we rented bicycles again and rode to the hot springs and mud baths. Thankfully the bike ride was flat this time! First we soaked in the mud which was pretty disgusting then we washed in mineral water before going through a jet stream and then a hydrotherapy bath which was nice but very hot.
We left at about 4pm to go back and catch our overnight bus to Hoi An.