Not really much to do
Trip Start Mar 29, 2010
50Trip End Oct 01, 2010
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As with the other bike ride the scenery was stunning and the ride was loads of fun, but my riding skills were really put to the test with loads of pot holes in the roads, if you could call them roads.
Part way through the ride it started to absolutely hammer it down and we took shelter in what seemed to be someones house whilst it subsided. It departed as quickly as it had come and we were back on the road within 10 mins although the ground was a little more slippy under wheel now.
The sand dunning was such a disappointment, to be honest it was one of the main reasons I came to Mu Nei
We then travelled to Siagon ( Ho Chi Minh City) to be honest I wasn't really a fan. There doesnt seem that much to do and I'm glad I only stayed a couple of days.
The one trip we did was to the Vietnamese Chu Chi tunnels were the Vietnamese hid and lived underground. We ventured down into the tunnels for the last bit of the tour, not a massive fan of small spaces, but as Im brave and eager to impress I went first. It got very dark and small very quickly and too be honest I did fret, ( only for a second) I had to ask Caz for her camera so I could use the light on it to see where the hell I was going. Once I regained my composure and mustard all the manhood I could manage, I pushed on through the rest of the tunnel (all 25m of it) to the other side. Its scary to think that people lived down here for years on end!