Camela Hotel & Resort

Address: 515/Km 6, Highway No 5/II, Haiphong, 35000, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 515/Km 6, Highway No 5/II, Haiphong, is near Paradise Resort Golf Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Haiphong

      Eating our way through Vietnam 15.

      A travel blog entry by dennys on Mar 10, 2015

      22 photos

      Hi Folks,

      The day we left Hanoi began with a pantomime, or rather a charade? We woke very early to realise the staff hadn't left us any towels after the room service yesterday. Ron took on the task of describing what we needed to the girl who was sent up from reception after our phone call.

      'Towels. We need towels' no reaction, just a blank stare. Ron then decided on actions to go with his words and began rubbing his arms vigorously. 'Rub, ...

      Drunken fun in Halong Bay

      A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Mar 01, 2015

      6 photos

      ... with her head down the toilet, alcohol related not sea sickness! Other than the sound of her puking, it was pretty cool to be able to look out of our bedroom window and see the morning beauty of Halong Bay. Although it wasn't quite blue skies, the mist had cleared and we could see so much more than we did yesterday. We slowly cruised back to the harbour for lunch to end our brilliant two days. We were amazed that we hadn't seen a crash of any kind during our time ...

      Big Rocks in Water

      A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Jan 29, 2015

      16 photos

      ... meals during this tour. We hadn't been finished long when the boat arrived at the first island. I was somewhat disgruntled because I had literally just accepted the offer of tea which I found out shortly after I would have to pay for. All the same, we jumped (literally) off the boat and onto a rickety pier before heading up the island and into our first cave. The immense cave system before us had apparently been described as the most beautiful of the caves ...

      Caves and conclusions

      A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 16, 2015

      9 photos

      ... they are certainly one of my amazing memories. After an early breakfast we visited a series of caves which 'Peter' (his English name), our guide informed us includes visits to three caves. The first is 'beautiful, the second more beautiful and the third more more beautiful.' I have found some of our guides in Vietnam prone to exaggeration so had visions of the caves being tiny little things not worthy of such praise however on this occasion Peter was absolutely ...

      Loving the junk

      A travel blog entry by jgraydon on Dec 31, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... worked out fine. There were 12 of us plus the crew on our junk - maximum capacity. There were literally hundreds of junks in the water - this is their busy tourist season anyway but then it was New Years Eve to boot.

      Halong Bay exceeded our expectations. Colin had warned us about polluted water with garbage floating (a different kind of junk) but in the 6 months since he was there, they cleaned it ...