Thetraveljunkie.org – We are back after a few days without updating our blog! Today we show you Mui Ne‘s Fairy Stream pics, strolling around the river and red sand cliffs. Everything seems so taken-from-a-movie that it’s hard to believe.
The sand is very unique, looking sometimes white and sometimes yellow, and then turning red with the water flow.
We discovered that the water flows into the cliffs and erodes sand blocks to create strange shapes that constantly change.
Stay tuned for more of our adventures in Vietnam.
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