I feel I should have updated more in Mui Ne, but we did a whole lot of nothing here for 6 nights!
I spent a couple of hours each morning getting progressively worse at kite surfing, and then the afternoons were spent relaxing by the beach, the pool or eating.....
One afternoon we ventured up to Mui Ne, because although that's where we were meant to be, Mui Ne beach strip is a good few km out of town. We got the local bus down and wandered through the back streets until we found the very fishy harbour, and watched the sun set over the boats. At night they become like a Christmas tree, as they all have small coloured lights flashing to show their location for incoming boats. So simple but very pretty. After walking for a bit towards the hotel and getting a yummy dinner we realised the last bus had decided it didn't fancy leaving so had to grab a cab home.
On our final day we got up at the unearthly 4am and took a trip up to the White sand dunes for sunrise, back to the harbour to see everyone buying their fish, the yellow dunes to laugh at people trying to sledge on plastic sheets, then to the fairy stream - a weird little stream along a rock face. On the way back the cops were along the main road so our jeep chucked us out and into a cab - turns out none of them can legally take foreign passengers and at peak season you can see 20+ jeeps on the side of the road waiting for the cops to move on.