First you start with a soak in a large tub that has mud pumped in from the hills that looks like velvety chocolate and is so light that you actually float. These tubs are out in the open and can seat up to 10 people. Then you rinse off in mineral showers, then you soak in a hot tub, then you can sit in the mineral falls or swim in the large mineral water pool. After that you can get a massage or manicure, or do like we did and eat lunch.
All that sitting around sure made us hungry. We ordered a typical Vietnamese lunch - Crispy stir fried noodles with beef and vegetables and a spare rib rice plate with a over medium egg on top.
We were only staying in Nha Trang for one night and only decided to stay in the coastal beach town because we were flying north early the next morning, so we hit the beach right away!The Tet New Year brought out tons of people - Vietnamese, tourist and locals. Unfortunately our short amount of time didn't warrant spending any time lounging on the numerous beachfront chairs.
Or lounging on the beach.We also visited the local temple and paid respects to our ancestors, wishing them happiness in their after life.