Address: 118 Tran Hung Dao Street, Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 118 Tran Hung Dao Street, Phu Quoc Island, is near Bay of the Descending Dragon (Vinh Ha Long), Phu Quoc Explorer, and Pelican Cave (Hang Bo Nau).
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    Travel Blogs from Phu Quoc Island

    Beach Day at Kep

    A travel blog entry by will.meyer on Jun 04, 2015

    16 photos

    ... property. We had the idea of buying land and building a little bed and breakfast out here. We predict in a decade or so the area will be booming but the political environment is not the most stable and isn't very investment friendly for foreigners. The monk says that he is actually hoping to run for president in the 2017 elections and has the 2 prominent parties vying for him to join each group. He says he is unsure who to join. We take it all with a grain of salt. ...


    A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Jan 03, 2015

    22 photos

    ... explored in Phonsavanh, Laos, it still provided us with some sights. From crawling through spaces that we almost needed to grease up to get through, to seeing bats up above, it was a worthwhile spelunking expedition. At the end of our cave exploring we were turned all around. We walked back to our starting point through some farm crops, a pig stye, and some bomb craters (I think) and still couldn't quite figure out how the cave had spit us out so far from where we ...

    A bit of off-roading

    A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Jan 02, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... was the remains of a 7th century Hindu temple which we had chance to explore. To exit the cave we had to crawl, jump and climb in near total darkness through tiny gaps in the rocks. For the most part it was fun until Hannah had to jump down off a rock onto another with a rather steep drop in front which was terrifying. That being said we both made it out alive and made the bumpy journey back to town.


    Under the Sea

    A travel blog entry by beauandcraig on Dec 21, 2014

    15 photos

    ... was powered by the standard two-stroke, prop in a ten foot pole, engine that so many southeast Asian fishing boats use. The driver expertly maneuvered around the rocks and took us offshore to the larger dive boat that was waiting with everyone else from our tour group. We board the main boat and meet Erica, a young woman from Sweden and our instructor for the day. The two of us are grouped together with Jacob, a computer science student from Denmark. The "Discover ...

    Tintin, cocktails and an anniversary to remember

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Nov 20, 2014

    26 photos

    ... it was impossible not to compare the sanity of this crossing to the shambles we had been subjected to in order to enter Cambodia. Here, we were met with proper building structures that didn't look like they had been put together as a temporary shelter, and actual procedure that filled us with confidence. In particular, I had to laugh when handing over my passport to our bus driver confident in the knowledge that this would not cost me anything (you need to purchase your ...