A stream with a sour ending

I was keen to tour Mui Ne’s famous sand dunes but my first stop was the Fairy Stream.

Mui Ne’s Fairy Stream’s strange landscape

I wasn’t too impressed when I removed my shoes to paddle in the pittance of water known as Fairy Stream, but as I wove my way around the next bend, I discovered a red and white rutted landscape bordering the creek that reminded me of Alberta’s Writing-on-Stone.

Fairy Stream, Mui Ne

When I returned, my driver and jeep had disappeared. After twenty minutes, he returned without transport to tell me the “tour” was finished. The jeep’s owner, a Mr Tang, apparently needed the jeep! This definitely put a damper on my so called dunes tour.

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