So we arrived at about 7am this morning.
We got a cab to 'our hotel' to see if we could book in.
I say 'our hotel' as I only sent an e-mail trying to book a room here at 8.30pm the previous night and had no way of knowing if they had a) received my e-mail, and b) had any rooms available anyway!!
I don't think they did get my e-mail but luckily they had a room and we were allowed to check-in straight away.
We dumped our bags and headed off to find the beach.
It was literally about a 1-2 minute walk at the end of our road. And it was sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet man!!!
It was really beautiful and quite empty, but not as empty as you would think for 7.30am!!!
We chilled out down there for a bit and got chatting to a girl called Naffi (Iranian/German) and a bloke called Max (American).
They were cool and we decided to meet them later as the Sailing Club was having a special evening thing to celebrate Vietnamese Day, which was today aparently!!!
It started at 9pm so we all went back to our hotels to get cleaned up and headed on back out that evening.
Me and Em got to the Sailing Club at about 8.30pm when it was just starting to fill up.
The inside of the Sailing Club was amazing, like a proper 5 star something (we'd only seen the outside of it from the beach during the day), so we got a cocktail and found some seats to watch the show outside.
Ahhhhhhhh luxury (It cost us GBP 3.30 each to get in, bargain!!!)
We kicked back a few cocktails (which were quite pricey really - about GBP 3-4 (90,000 - 120,000 Dong)each and they didn't seem to last too long either!) and enjoyed the show.
By the time the dancers had finished and the singers had been on (and off and on and off again due to some technical difficulties!) everyone was up and dancing and having a proper party.
I noticed everyone had these plastic tubs of drink and investigated further.
They we're Vodka and RedBull and Orange, about 4 times the size of a normal cocktail, and cost 50,000 Dong!!(about GBP1.60). Sweeeeeeeeeet!!!
No more expensive cocktails for us then!!
They were like rocket fuel though and were leathal, but what a ride man!!!
Everyone had a really really cool night.
The DJ's were carted off at about 2.30am but somehow we didn't get to sleep till about 5am! A great first day in Nha Trang man!
Gotta love Vietnam Day baby!!