Auberge Dang Trung Hotel

Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
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    11 weeks in Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by t4andbeyond on Jul 07, 2014

    4 photos

    ... and beautiful countryside of Cambodia. Our first day we accompanied Mam Sitha to various government offices and police stations where we witnessed first hand the lengthy process Mam Sitha has to undertake in order to get the correct documentation for her clients that have their land grabbed. Land grabbing is one of the most prevalent problems in Cambodia today. Mam Sitha works with locals who have had their land rights abused by their own government. In the ...

    Good Morning-Glory Vietnam

    A travel blog entry by lucybloxham on May 27, 2014

    ... interpretation, however, was swiftly obliterated when we entered what I can only describe as a crack den that had been bombed. The entrance consisted of two metal sheets held together by rope with an ex-veteran on the door eyeing you up as you walked past, and the first thing you saw was one of those moth eaten, yellow stained sofas and a basement type room with graffitied walls and dubious drips falling from the ceiling. It was safe to say that no socialising in ...


    A travel blog entry by haukimn on Apr 18, 2014

    69 photos

    ... where i was too late but the security guy took my photo in front of it all the same) and the city history museum. On the last day in Saigon, I booked myself onto a tour of the Cu Chi tunnels which was where the Vietnamese dug a series of elaborate underground passages and caverns and hid themselves during the war. The tour was a little rushed which was annoying and had some lengthy periods spent just picking up people or souvenir shopping but it was interesting all the same even ...

    Onwards and upwards (and downwards and upwards)

    A travel blog entry by trish.coverdale on Apr 17, 2014

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... girl filming. We had such a laugh together. Their English was poor and they had been studying for 4 years! Their Tutor of course was Vietnamese and this doesn't help! Hundreds of photos were taken together and off they went. Beer o'clock time! I found a lovely plastic stooled bar overlooking the river and watched the world go by. I had mentioned before that you can buy just about anything from street sellers. Well, here they were selling war time dog tags on ...

    Confucius he checkers

    A travel blog entry by trish.coverdale on Apr 08, 2014

    4 comments, 54 photos

    ... before. I was watching this glorious sight spread out in front of me when a local fisherman, who spoke no English, used sign language to ask if I wanted to go out for a trip in his boat for $5. Normally I would jump at the chance but two factors stopped me; 1) I had rented a scooter and wanted to see so many things and 2) it was only 9am and he was drinking beer and had two empties next him. 3 beers by 9am = problem! So I thanked him and zoomed off ...