Nha Trang was pretty much what we expected (having previously decided not to go) a Vietnamese Benidorm haha the hotel was minimal, with the smallest hardest bed yet but hey you can't have everything.
After a much needed big lie in we left the hotel and our bags and grabbed a bite to eat on the sea front whilst going over our planned route and making a few changes. We then had a walk along the beach and a paddle before some more food haha and then watching the sunset on the now much more crowded beach, it appears everyone heads to the beach at this time for a evening bathe, swim and exercise. Really great to see from kite flyers, sea bobbers and swimmers, outdoor gyms, hackysack, and lots of smiley faces. Before long it was time to grab our bags, take a walk to the station (the longest yet with bags, ouch) and await our sleeper train to Da Nang. As we've started to learn the best thing to do whilst travelling Asia is expect the worst, Haha which we did here as because the trains are so full we were given hard sleepers. Which brings us to the now, we're in a cabin with 6 beds (bunks three stories high) and in here we lie with a lovely family of six haha what an adventure! In all fairness the beds are slight longer than those we had on the sleeper bus however with less than a foot between our faces and the ceiling it's certainly an experience, so we'll try get some kip and speak to you in Da Nang. night!