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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Playtime at the Fairy Stream, Mui Ne, Vietnam




We were enchanted by the aptly named stream, The Fairy Stream.

Mui Ne, Pan Thiet is a worth visit from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). As one website describes it,Phan Thiet is the largest town in Binh Thuan province, 200 km east of Saigon. With the clear sky, the blue sea and abundant sand, Phan Thiet is a beautiful landscape. Though today tourism plays a very important role in the local economy, Phan Thiet is traditionally known for its fish sauce. As a fact, most travelers come to Phan Thiet for heading to Mui Ne Beach, 11km away. Mui Ne is along a 22 km stretch of white sands from Phan Thiet to a fishing village at the tip of the Mui Ne peninsula and 220km away from Ho Chi Minh City. It is a popular destination worldwide thanks to lovely scenery of swaying palm trees, clean and blue sea as well as the amazing enormous Sand Hill.. More Here

We headed to a magical place of red and white sand dunes which colors the stream beside it and flanked on the other side by the lush green color of the coconut trees.

Fish sauce kept inside the earthen jar to ferment.



Various earthen jars carrying fermented fish...

One of these is my "retired" sandal...

The girls were having a lavish fun...



Photograph of two playful ladies...

She's the eager tiger model of the sand dunes...


And she is the excited one to go up but does not know how to go down...LOL


She's all smiles while going up...

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And Scene 2

And Scene 3

And scene 4

And Scene 5

And Scene 6, she's thinking how to dismount...

And Scene 7, she's giving a nervous look...
She does not know how to go down...

And Scene 8, a sigh of relief...