Travel Blogs from Qui Nhon, Vietnam

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Beachy isolation, Qui Nhon, Vietnam travel blog

Beachy isolation

A travel blog entry by chris-zoe

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... a suite with dining table, three beds, recliner, balcony with real sea view and actual pillars!) to chill out with a bottle of Vietnam's finest red and enjoy the view. We did go for the tastiest pork pho for dinner - for just 50cents it was ...

On route to Da Nang, Qui Nhon, Vietnam travel blog

On route to Da Nang

A travel blog entry by timsarahrtw

one night stop over covered in next ...

Qui Nhon: a town that can really grow on you, Qui Nhon, Vietnam travel blog

Qui Nhon: a town that can really grow on you

A travel blog entry by smeelog

This unassuming, and slightly backwater, seaside town is a little more out of the way. On arrival, we found it rather lacking in its set up for western tourists. It's not all that surprising that this is merely seen as a convenient place to break the ...

Relaxen aan het strand, Qui Nhon, Vietnam travel blog

Relaxen aan het strand

A travel blog entry by fromo

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... in Hoi An was erg gezellig. We hadden een frans stelletje ontmoet die al een paar maanden aan het rondreizen zijn in Laos, Cambodia en Vietnam. We hebben met hun heel de avond biertjes gedronken (4000 dong = +/- 0,15 ct per glas). Om 00.00 uur riepen ...

Drive to Quy Nhon, Qui Nhon, Vietnam travel blog

Drive to Quy Nhon

A travel blog entry by michellehenson

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... today. We stopped briefly for lunch at a small place along the road, but other than loo stops we drove straight through to Quy Nhon. When we got there we went to the Nguyen Nga Center for children with special needs. Mrs Nga greeted us and explained why ...

The best stopover., Qui Nhon, Vietnam travel blog

The best stopover.

A travel blog entry by craftinessa

... and could have the one they liked the best.  A fantastic place, I've never seen service like it in England. We got to Qui Nhon we got into the hotel, it was full of martial arts people waving staffs about. They were there for the martial arts ...

Qui Nhon, Vietnam, Qui Nhon, Vietnam travel blog

Qui Nhon, Vietnam

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy

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We caught a minibus from Hoi An to Qui Nhon.  This was crammed full of people in usual Vietnamese style and driven by a maniac.  And that's being polite and judging him by the not always excellent Vietnamese driving standards.  He ...

Change the game!, Qui Nhon, Vietnam travel blog

Change the game!

A travel blog entry by maxint

... - I never seen it before, and no, I don't like it - there is no place to put my small bag :( I knew that I'm getting to Qui Nhon by midnight, and was kind of concerned about the hotel - but not really. What I didn't take into account is that the bus ...

Sunburns and hotels on the beach, Qu Ha, Vietnam travel blog

Sunburns and hotels on the beach

A travel blog entry by jandladventures

After leaving Hoi An we set off to Nha Trang, though it took a bit longer than expected and we decided to take a few days to get there. The first day we rode all day, until we were riding along the coast and noticed some hotels at dusk. We decided to ...

War reminders, Qui Nhon, Vietnam travel blog

War reminders

A travel blog entry by trav20

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Not much to do in this town but just a stop over for the long trip to Hoi An. Along the way we stopped at a couple interesting places. 1st of was a def and blind school were they teach them skills making clothes/ bags and other bits and pieces to give ...

Life wellness resort, Qui Nhon, Vietnam travel blog

Life wellness resort

A travel blog entry by markshnier

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... rice, so much is still done by hand. Stalks end up being used for fodder. Husks are used for fuel. Rice is for eating. Vietnam produces the most rice in the world, 45 million tons, but almost all is for domestic production. Flood field with pumps from ...

Back to paradise..., Qui Nhon , Vietnam travel blog

Back to paradise...

A travel blog entry by wix

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... a gold ball and a bit sour tasting, like a granny smith but so cheap, a bag of about 12 cost me 4000VND in the supermarket in Qui Nhon, that's like 12p..... mandarins aren't too bad, about 60p for half a kilo where you get about 7 or 8.... there's lots of ...

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