Morning of the last day of the Ke Ga surf trip. Wave conditions onshore as usual, different sizes for a week but the same every day.
I would like to revisit Ke Ga in a different season.
Last day, morning in the commercial street.
Select shop from the market. It is crowded today.
It is common for people to cut the line even when there is a queue on the checkout. This is the Vietnamese way of interaction. Very rarely there are people who queue up.
Vietnamese avocado. Delicious.
Ke Ga countryside sceneries.
Breakfast on the last day was hu tieu.
An adult Vietnamese dog appears to go for the meat.
Sweet cream fried bread. Delicious.
Vietnamese locals attempting to carry three boats on three wheeled carts.
The last coffee was doubled.
The bike is probably running somehow on a joined up system.
Checked out of the Ke Ga inn shortly after. It was in the best location, right in front of the sea.
Lots of sea breeze in this accommodation. I will come back one day.
Leaving Ke Ga to go to Phan Thiet. I need to improve on this overloaded luggage. If I wasn’t a surfer, travelling would have been easier.
The hot and dusty conditions require a motorbike trip in full gear. After the move, I feel like I was down with heatstroke. Traveling by motorbike in this heat is hard.
Heading towards Phan Thiet with a view of the sea.
There are many development works and halted construction sites everywhere.
Arrived in Phan Thiet. Fill the motorbike with petrol and head into town.
(Surf trip record: Ke Ga, Binh Thuan Province, Vietnam – August 2019)