Chuong Duong Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChuong Duong Hotel My Tho
Sadly, this is a run down old place with little to offer beyond the river view.
Breakfast is meagre.
Aircon is noisy.
Staff are not forthcoming.
It is, however, at the centre of activity, particularly at night.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Chuong Duong Hotel My Tho
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... many things such as tea, bee pollen, royal jelly, papaya, dragon fruit, coconut candy and much more. We walked around and went on a ride on a bout through a crowded canal. Went to another island which was beautiful where we had lunch and saw a huge Python. Too scary for me. The hotel was absolutely amazing and just a nice view of the river and street. The keycard never worked once though which drove me crazy.
... to the program facilitators for helping them receive the loan as well as encouraging them to save small portion of their earnings on a regular basis. Their businesses range from raising pigs and poultry, selling produce to running restaurant serving duck "Congee". Most borrowers have been with the program from the beginning and continue to patronize the project due to its unique saving option.
The women were inspiring in their passion for ...
... that once the horse started to refuse to carry loads, he would no longer be cost effective so his owner would slaughter him and sell him for parts. Life as a pony in Vietnam is really not fun, better off being a donkey in Blackpool. The other animal which doesn’t do too well here is the cockerel. The guide said that in Vietnam thet are really into cock-fighting – we’d already seen men betting and then fighting their ...
... which you unhooked from the wall - no designated area for the shower area - just get on with it all in this tiny loo area. Of course there was no air-con but there was a primitive fan attached to the wall and it worked a real treat - ran all night and kept us lovely and cool. Surprisingly we did sleep very well on the hard bed too.
We all had fun making ...
... The driver promptly stripped to his shreds and dived overboard. Five minutes later we were off again. We met Lan at a very smart pier and boarded the bus for the return trip to Saigon. The trip would usually have taken 4 hours but the roads were very quiet and so we made it in just over 3 hours.
Saigon was a completely different place. The roads were very quiet, there must have been millions of people who had left ...