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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Chuong Duong Hotel My Tho
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... After we got back to the cruise boat, the boat proceeded to go to Cai Be In the afternoon we set off to have a look around Cai Be. Cai Be has a floating market which entails a number of boats selling their wares.. After going past the floating market, we went to some sweet factories where they manufactured pop rice, coconut candy. I also tried some snake whiskey. Snake whiskey is a distilled drink where a snake is also ...
... state in time (i.e. past, present and future) which differs from the traditional meanings in Thai Buddhism. Also, the sitting Buddha was a happy fat Buddha which is often seen in Chinese representations - just shows the influence of Vietnam's neighbours and the variations in imagery and beliefs of the same fundamental religion as you pass through different countries - what a brilliant opportunity we have to experience so many!
So The Handsome Mr Vu took us to a market vendor selling baluts...but while he was picking the one for me to be boiled, one of the nearby eggs hatched and a little fluffy yellow duckling came out...just the thought that I might have eaten this pretty thing if I were there 10 minutes earlier made my appetite for balut completely disappear...and then I noticed ...
... would take us on the trip (she spoke little/no English). When we'd agreed on booking the guy with decent English had said he would be coming with us- he didn't, we weren't impressed! We had no idea where we were going as neither of the crew could speak more than 2 English words so we headed down the Mekong completely in the dark.
First stop was Thai Son (Unicorn) Island where we sampled honey ...
... just cruise up and down, trying to flog your products. We saw this in action at Cai Be town, although the market had died down by the time we had arrived. What I thought was an ingenious idea was that you could easily tell what each boat was selling from what is flying up high, strapped to its mast pole... For example, we saw many boats with potatoes and taro strapped to the top of their mast poles or watermelons... So no problem guessing what they're selling. We were ...