Dong Khoi Hotel

Address: 16 Hai Ba Trung, Ward 2, Ben Tre, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 16 Hai Ba Trung, Ward 2, Ben Tre.
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Travel Blogs from Ben Tre

Mekong River Delta

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Nov 06, 2015

2 comments, 41 photos

Up early this morning for a road and river trip. We booked this trip with the same agency. Trip began with a 2.5 hour road trip on the mini-bus. Like yesterday it is a small group - this time 6 people. Motorbikes are the major mode of transportation for people including moving goods. Along the way we're numerous roadside stalls as well as a local logging truck. Rice seems to the primary crop in the open fields. The first part of the river journey was in a motorized ...

Rivers, Rainstorms, Rats and Respect

A travel blog entry by lovejenni on Jul 18, 2015

25 photos

... but more so a "you will get hit by other boats." This made me excited (memories of bumper boat days at Family Fun center rushing back), and after I managed to get with a group with some people who I genuinely liked, it made it that much better. We lined up on a concrete pier that had stairs connecting it down to a wooden dock on the water. The river was quite shallow, but the boats are only meant to skim across the surface. These boats were pretty small and narrow. But ...

Dong Thap Micro-Credit Project

A travel blog entry by namladi on May 31, 2015

15 photos

... outside the window compensated for the discomfort of travel. Japan's capital investments in developing Vietnam's infrastructure, particularly in road construction, is significant. With capital from Japan's ODA funds, the highway has been recently upgraded.

It was a sheer feat of acrobatics to see a family of five cruising along the highway mounted on a not-so-sturdy scooter. To me the arrangement seemed somewhat precarious. Yet one could tell, this ...

Life on the river

A travel blog entry by adahlin on May 04, 2015

74 photos

... created by local craftspeople.

Next we stopped at a local market. It's not a tourist market but a market used by local people to buy their produce. Our guide Tam warned us before we went in that there were chickens there that would be freshly killed and if we didn't want to see it we should let her know - which we all promptly did. Some really interesting produce sold there, including a huge variety of eggs. All of the meat and fish ...

Mekong Delta

A travel blog entry by momoschmidt on Apr 17, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... they use to crush the coconut to get out the milk, then stir the massive boiling pots of milk + sugar, and then we watched it set and the ladies chop it up in sweeties and wrap them in papers super duper fast. Of course it would be rude not to buy a tray of sweeties for the bus ride home…

When rowan and I returned to the boat Elodie had been transferred from Arnauds arms into a hammock at the back of the boat and was ...