Cong Doan Hotel

61 Duong 30/4, My Tho, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from My Tho

Sail Away With Me

A travel blog entry by meghan.dobson on Jul 27, 2014

... which is basically 'President') an he won the first few hands, and he giggled hysterically like a little school-girl. He was more entertaining to watch than playing the game itself. I slept surprisingly well considering the roosters that crowed at all hours at very frequent intervals, but I always managed to fall back to sleep. Breakfast was just some bread (and an egg which I didn't eat) because I think that I have nearly reached my limit ...

My Tho

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 19, 2014

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... mother. Both jobs keep her from marrying. She invited Emma to her work and she less expertly spread, flipped and rolled. It was a good effort though. We boarded our first ferry crossing in a jam of other bikes, cars and wagons. After a wait at the dock we pushed through the chaos in a disorderly everyman for himself race to the front. A moped over laden with rambutan fruit fell over in the rush stranding a young girl in the mayhem. On the other side was Saigon, and further ...

The Coconut River

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on May 29, 2014

1 comment, 83 photos

... simple testimony about the Saviors redeeming love for each of us. Each member of the group was touched by her words. It was a wonderful, sweet experience.

The Home stay was nice, much nicer than in Cambodia, we had showers and individual mosquito nets for our tiny ...

Floating Pineapple Boats

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on May 25, 2014

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... fried yum! After 2 jam packed days, it was back on the bus for the journey back to HCMC. We have had a glimpse of the Vietnamese Mekong delta and I found it really quite mesmerizing and think it's brilliant that people are so resilient to just adapt to whatever circumstances they find themselves in and make the best of what they have; changing tides? Build a house on stilts, no meat to eat? Let's see what rats taste like, can't get to a market? Let's have a floating market. Just brilliant ...

Ben Tre; entrée to the Mekong Delta

A travel blog entry by emma_rivers on Apr 04, 2014

... bus ride was a little tricky; the bus driver not speaking English, wandering luggage every time the bus went over a bump in the road (in the case of Vietnam, practically ever few seconds), and not a clue where the bus would actually drop us off in Ho Chi Minh City, we made it back in the end!

Anyway, that is all for now. Hope you are still enjoying the blogs, and that everything is well where you all are.

Much love, Emma and Tom xx