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

    Leaving Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by tinkyandwinky on Jun 04, 2015

    3 photos

    ... cried). I think seeing them and knowing they're going home has made me feel homesick. With no plans until the sleeper bus later on, Jack and I headed out into the heat to explore Hanoi. 'Lonely Planet' in hand we found our own way to the Hanoi prison. Quite a trek in my opinion. It was very interesting to learn about the French/Vietnamese beef, you could enter the prison cells and their equivalent of death row. Back on the ...

    Hanoi and Halong Bay

    A travel blog entry by fayandjames on Apr 23, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... t expect to get hit by a moped that day and then they tend to leave you alone. But if you let this veil of confidence slip you are immediately surrounded by a swarm of mopeds all tooting the island of baffled westerners in the middle of the road. If you look as though you know what you're doing you pick up other westerners who take refuge 'downstream' of you and use you for cover for their own crossing attempt - this has only happened to us once! ...

    Lost Soccer Ball

    A travel blog entry by bensxfrank on Apr 05, 2015

    12 photos

    ... four uniformed staff shouting "Xin Chau!" We are offered buffet lunch on white linen on the third deck (air conditioned). Ben and I are still jet lagged and go to the cabins for naps. Andy goes by jitney to visit the floating fish village -- generations of Vietnamese literally living on the water. Three problems with living like this - schooling (most kids are home schooled so they can work the water); fresh water (they capture what they can in large drums during ...


    A travel blog entry by mike.kenney on Apr 04, 2015

    ... the party begins. The first night was a hell of fun. Groups leave everyday for castaways so there is always a cross over of people each day. So the guys who did the Halong Bay 'booze' cruise the day we arrived would dock in later to all of them at the stern of the boat signing Wonderwall. Now with 95 people on the island the party was in full swing. There were definitely some characters there including a group of ...

    15. Quiet time...more drizzle...

    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. ...