We were on our way into Quy Nhon when we saw a sign for a guesthouse to the right, with our bums throbbing we turned down and rode through a small fishing village to find 'Life's A Beach'. This place is pretty much heaven on earth, if there is such a thing. The owners Gavin and Steve had been open a week and with friendly smiles gave us a selection of rooms. We decided to go with the hammock hut - we thought this way, we could finally tick 'sleep in a hammock overnight' off our bucket list. We spent the afternoon laughing with the local children in the village and listening to them ask us questions in English (which Gavin and Steve have been teaching them), at night we joined Steve and Gavin for a delicious Vietnamese spread.
We woke up to the cool sea breeze hitting our faces, Justin was a little (or a lot) groggy and we decided we loved this place so much we would stick around for one more night. We woke up to an epic breakfast and got straight down to the beach to wash the night before away.
The day here was spent perfectly relaxing on the beach, swimming and chatting with the local kids. Whilst we lazed our day away selfishly, Gavin was organising a mechanic to come and look at our little baby once more, this time, it turned out to be the battery was a dud. We bought a new one (oh no, a big $20) and gave Didge a little kiss better. In the afternoon Justin decided to join the local kids on some self-made bodyboards in the shore breaks of the beach.
I better go, the kids want to see some photos on our Facebook.