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shinn007
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Mui Ne Vietnam..

Postby shinn007 » Tue Oct 02, 2007 11:44 am

Hi all,

I've just booked a ticked for Mui Ne in November. Saw there are plenty of hotels to choose from. Has anybody got good sugestions where to stay?

Greets,

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Postby Puetz » Wed Oct 03, 2007 1:50 am

G'day,

just got back from there, had a ball ... again! check out link below because there are heaps of places to stay, depends on your budget and style of accomodation you want. We stayed at the Tien Dat, luxury 4 star but had no beach at high tide, but if you have some one help launch/land no problems. You'll have fun!!

http://www.muinebeach.net/

cheers,

Robert.

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Postby shinn007 » Wed Oct 03, 2007 8:14 am

Thanks for the replies. Are you free to kite wherever you want or are there kitezones?
I'm thinking to bring my 13 and 11 rev (100 kg) or you think I should bring a 9 as well?

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Postby pascal vietnam » Wed Oct 03, 2007 8:23 am

no kite zone yet,
just take care about other people on the beach,
11 and 13 should be fine,
25knots more now
see you here

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Postby chasinthewind » Wed Oct 03, 2007 11:28 am

H,

Was there 2 months ago and stayed at the "Sunny Beach Resort" got a 5 star room for 50 USD per night right on the beach, very plush and friendly, they also had an affiliated school linked to them named C2SKY kiteschool, very friendly Irish owner, I hired the use of his beach boys for launching and landing and also keeping an eye out for me whilst out in the water, small tip was enough at the end of my weeks kiting.

Very enjoyable place, very cheap and the wind rocks!

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Postby Northern Monkey » Wed Oct 03, 2007 11:43 am

Pop into the Sailing Club, the Slingshot dealer operates out of there. Rooms from $60 per night, book early, with the best food in Town, not the cheapest but definately the best.
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Postby shinn007 » Wed Oct 03, 2007 1:47 pm

chasinthewind wrote:H,

Was there 2 months ago and stayed at the "Sunny Beach Resort" got a 5 star room for 50 USD per night right on the beach, very plush and friendly, they also had an affiliated school linked to them named C2SKY kiteschool, very friendly Irish owner, I hired the use of his beach boys for launching and landing and also keeping an eye out for me whilst out in the water, small tip was enough at the end of my weeks kiting.

Very enjoyable place, very cheap and the wind rocks!

:thumb:
This looks really good. I take it you made a deal for the room.

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Postby chasinthewind » Wed Oct 03, 2007 2:04 pm

Hi,

rate published was 55 USD i said i would stay a week and they offered 50 USD. Cant knock that.

Food is soooo cheap but very little night life, although there is a great beach bar with a nightly bonfire named "Wax" check it out.

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Postby shinn007 » Wed Oct 03, 2007 2:59 pm

chasinthewind wrote:Hi,

rate published was 55 USD i said i would stay a week and they offered 50 USD. Cant knock that.

Food is soooo cheap but very little night life, although there is a great beach bar with a nightly bonfire named "Wax" check it out.
Sounds to me a lot like Borocay in the phillipines wich was great. I'm looking forward to november


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