Cong Doan Hotel

Address: 61 Duong 30/4, My Tho, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 61 Duong 30/4, My Tho.
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Travel Blogs from My Tho

Crossing the border

A travel blog entry by wynyardcambodia on Sep 26, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

Today we embarked on our journey to the border. On the way we visited Cu Chi tunnels, the tunnels that the Vietcong soldiers used to navigate the field. The tunnels spanned 250km and were really narrow 60cm wide and 80cm tall. We went for a tour around the area seeing many tourist attractions; including, soldiers workshop, traps, an old tank, bomb craters and plenty of weaponry. Most of us went on a 100m trek through the tunnels, it was really ...

My Tho

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 19, 2014

13 photos

... 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 ...

Floating along the Mekong

A travel blog entry by judy.tagell on May 30, 2014

... need water all the time to keep hydrated; apparently, finding clean water could be problematic for US soldiers and could mean life or death. It would've been bloody horrific to live in these conditions without proper shelter and running water for long periods of time let alone trying to fight a war. I also found out that there are crocodiles in the Mekong after I got out of the tiny boat! Interesting Australia/crocodile fact via Michael and Tor: about 3-4 people are ...

The Coconut River

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on May 29, 2014

1 comment, 83 photos

... coconut crepes. They were also crazy good. They make the thin pancakes on a wood burning oven top and then lay them out in the sun to harden effectively making coconut crepe chips! So far Vietnam is far exceeding the foody expectations we set.

We wandered around ...

Floating Pineapple Boats

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on May 25, 2014

12 photos

... open air structure with just a bamboo roof covering. The coconut candy was delicious and a bit like a coconut eclair found in quality Street. It was here that Ollie bravely tried a shot of snake and scorpion wine (yes it had the animals in the bottle fermenting). To sweeten things up we then got to try local honey- by putting our finger very carefully inside the beehive itself! I felt a bit like Winnie the Pooh but it was the most delicious honey I have ever tasted :) After ...