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Mui Ne, Vietnam

The last day, I took a $5 bus to Mui Ne, which is a beach resort about 4 hours Northeast of HCMC. It is halfway between HCMC and Nah Trang (another great Vietnamese beach I'm told) There is a rental shop there called jibes ran by a French expat. It is directly across the street from the TM Brother's Cafe, bus stop. Jibe's is also in the Lonely Planet Vietnam guide.  Plenty of kites and windsurf gear, but the kite I had must have been old as it turned like a tank! But they have a tribe of local guys to pump up your kite, launch, and retrieve your kite. You want to switch kites, no problem. Come in and the beach boys will switch you up.

Jibe's Beach Club
jibe@windsurf-vietnam.com
http://www.windsurf-vietnam.com
(+84) 62 847 405

If you look at some of the pictures at the bottom of the page, you can see an old Vietnamese fishin' boat pulling a couple round floating things with people in them. It really looked like tubers getting in the way. I guess some things never change.

 After kiteboarding, I had to hire an entire mini bus back to HCMC to catch my flight home. It cost me 1,000,000 Dong. But hey, that's only $65.00, and I got the whole bus to myself.

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In front of Jibe's In front of Jibe's Down the beach
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In front of Jibe's Down the beach Out from of Jibe's
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  Backside of Jibes From the bar Wind is coming up
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  Getting Windy From the bar From the bar
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  Damn Tubers!
Damn Tubers!
In the bar