Our next and unfortunately last stop in Vietnam was Mui Ne. After 18 hours on a bus (sleeping bus so there wasn't really a problem), it was kinda nice to get off. We walked to the hostel, checked in and went right down to the beach which was like a 2 minute walk from our hostel. I literally cannot explain how nice it was to throw my body into the sea. Wow.
We spent the next-coming day on a tour to the White Sand Dunes, Red Sand Dunes, the Fairy Stream and the Fishing Village. The Fairy Stream was better than expected. Red sand with warm red colored water streaming around our feet and a climate reminding me of Arizona.
Next stop was the Fishing Village which basically was a part of the ocean attacked by 2000 fishing boats, more sad than cool, in my opinion. The coolest stop was White Sand Dunes. We went quad biking which was kind of a disappointment to be honest, but the dunes themselves were cool. Just a lot of sand forming dunes really, but still cool. Felt like you got a taste of desert. Last but not least we watched the very lame sunset over the Red Sand Dunes. Lame because it was cloudy and raining a bit. But as the white ones the dunes were really cool so it didn't matter that much.
Today is our last day in Vietnam. Our experience here has been killing our expectations brutally. It is such an amazing country. They have all kinds of nature, kindest people, good food and nice weather. What more could you need? We've also met some really good people and stayed at amazing hostels, so we are very satisfied. Kind of sad that we missed Ho Chi Minh/Saigon and Mekong Delta, but I have a feeling this isn't my last time in Vietnam so that gives me another reason to come back!