Catba Island Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Catba Island Resort & Spa Halong Bay
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... selfie stick even got a whirl, those things can become addictive, you forget how ridiculous you look but bearing the tourist badge we fitted right in. SELFIE! I am still in awe of how these people can row the boats with their feet allowing them to keep their hands free to either hold an umbrella or peel a pineapple. In the afternoon we cycled around the village observing the farmers in the rice paddocks, children at local schools and local people ...
... we were shattered. I slept outside for a bit first on the little sofa chair but it was so hot so I moved inside. Sophie opened all the doors and windows and the breeze was soo nice. I could hear the sea and the waves against the sand, the lights had shells dangling from them which made a nice sound in the breeze, kind of like a wind chime. At 11:30am we went back to the restaurant for lunch which again was disappointing, noodles and spring rolls. We got ...
... Gabrielle elected to do their own thing but Alyssa & I (Alyssa was the only female skipper & did a fantastic job!) followed the guide. Words and even pictures, fail to capture the stunning beauty and sheer magnitude of the cliffs. A quick swim in the water (a hot 23 degrees) was followed by showers before supper at 7:30pm. The 10 course meal (yes, ten courses!) was exceptional. So many new tastes: fried corn kernels, morning glory salad, fried oyster, clams & pineapple, ...
... drinking and non), karaoke and card games. We met loads of lovely people and had a fun night with them all. It was an amazing day and so good to get away from the city and everything that had been going off the last few days too. A well deserved break of us both. Now for a night sleeping on the boat, hopefully the sea is calm and there's no rocking. Not sure what we're like with sea sick. Good night from the middle of the ocean at Halong ...
... is starting to be served and after lunch we are excited to see what's on the menu. Our table has been beautifully set and our guide Thao took great pleasure in pointing out the napkins had been folded in the shape of the Sydney Opera House. First to hit the table is a fresh vegetable salad with coriander and strips of pineapple. A sensational platter makes its entrance next - an Eagle carved out of melon, which took our chef an hour to create, accompanies half ...