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Morning Light

by Going Slowly

As if the quiet, empty beaches, and crystal blue water of Phú Quốc aren't captivating enough, we awaken to find that our simple bungalow and the mosquito net around our bed have been transformed into this:

Morning Light in the Bungalow

Good morning, magical fairy land!

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Leaving our bungalow, the enchantment continues:

Moon Resort Beach Bungalows Moon Resort Beach Bungalow

Hello, paradise.

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Hi Guys! Dr. Mike (from Sicily) and I continue to check-in on your sojourn. And, with the "Fairyland" photos this morning, I have to comment again on how fantastic your photographs are (and I don't think it's just about the camera!) Both of you have wonderful senses of subject matter, light and composition. I have enjoyed the pictures so much! Best of luck for continued lovely adventures.
Posted by jeanne juneau on January 23rd, 2011 at 3:29 PM
Hi there. Love your blog! I myself am planning a two month trip in summer through part of europe. Just a question, how much did you pay per night for those bungalows? Just to have an idea=) cheers on your adventures!
Posted by Rafael on February 4th, 2011 at 2:57 AM
I'm not sure how we missed your comment, but we just noticed it now. Thanks so much for the kind words about our photography :D. Please tell Dr. Mike we say hello!

The bungalows were 25 USD per night w/ breakfast. Just FYI, you can see all of our expenses right down to every morning coffee @ (or click the "behind the scenes" link in the upper right corner of our site)
Posted by Tyler on February 4th, 2011 at 8:40 AM
Oh okay, I wasn't aware of that part of your website. Thanks for your reply! Best wishes;)
Posted by Rafael on February 6th, 2011 at 12:29 AM