My Vocation

Topics: Districts of Dong Nai Province, Ho Chi Minh City, Sun Pages: 1 (329 words) Published: January 5, 2013
Last weekend, I went to Vung Tau beach with my boyfriend by motorbike. We started on the journey at five o’clock on Saturday morning from HCMC. All necessary things had been prepared since Friday evening. We followed the way crossing Cat Lai ferry to Nhon Trach district, Dong Nai province. It is about 20km nearer than the way through Bien Hoa City. On the way, we could enjoy a view and breathe a gust of wind on Saigon river. It was so difficult for us to pass a long high road because the road have been repairing and widening. We also stopped by a small restaurant to have breakfast. It took us about 3 hours to get there. After renting a small room from a hotel near front beach/ behind beach, we wallowed in sea water (swam in the sea) about an hour. It was very exciting for us to bath in a light sun with small waves, gusts of sea-breeze and a crowded beach. We had lunch at a small restaurant with many kinds of delicious sea food. In the afternoon, we stayed in bed then went to the beach at 5PM. In the evening, we went for a walk on the road surrounding the beach to enjoy sea sight at night then came back for sleeping at midnight. We had a very deep sleep after an interesting and utterly (entirely) exhausted day. On Sunday morning, we woke up so late then had breakfast in the hotel. We also sunbathed on the beach at 9AM and enjoyed surfing with a speed-boat on the water surface. When the sun was at its zenith, we went back the hotel to check out then returned home at 11 AM. On the way back, we stopped for lunch at Long Thanh district and bought some fruits as well as took a break at once. We were present at home about 5PM. That was an interesting and exciting weekend vacation.
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