Dong Nam

Address: QL. 91, Khom 8, Chau Phu A, Chau Doc, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on QL. 91, Khom 8, Chau Phu A, Chau Doc, is near Tam Coc, Cat Ba Island, Tra Su Bird Sanctuary, and Kenh Ga.
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Travel Blogs from Chau Doc

A Very Long Trip

A travel blog entry by mollinedol on May 31, 2015

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... in a conference room in what looked like a very nice hotel. We were introduced to the Alumni of the Dong Thap University and several local business people who have used the microloans. The loans were used for raising pigs, which were feed with the remnants of the owners second business making wine; setting up a small restaurant that specialized in Duck Congi; raising vegetables.

Its really amazing how entrepreneurial the Vietnamese are and how ...

Chau Doc

A travel blog entry by emmaandsam on Mar 24, 2015

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... a spot to watch the sunset called Sam Mountain, which of course we had to visit before we left. Despite it's enticing name, the view was thoroughly unimpressive (though there was the novelty of Vietnam on one side and Cambodia on the other) and the sunset hilariously disappointing. But we still had a nice time drinking beers in a hammock and plotting our future business plans, before hopping aboard a moto taxi to wind back through the mountain roads into town. ...

Day of Excursions

A travel blog entry by tezandcath on Jan 07, 2015

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... We have noticed that the Catholic tradition here very much involves praying to Mary. We also visited a local rice paper manufacturer and a candy workshop. To me the thing of interest was not so much the product but the heavy intensity of manual labour that goes into making everything. Back on board the smaller boats, we sailed through the markets. These are conducted on the water: stallholders sell from larger boats, hanging out tasting samples from poles, while ...

A Gay Old New Year’s Eve in Tan Chau

A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Jan 01, 2015

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... silently parodied his movements – exaggerated bum-thrusts, grotesque flailings of the arms, silly faces. It was hilarious, and we all laughed. The singer didn’t seem to mind; he saw Tang’s antics but showed no signs of disapproval.

Thuy told me the gay singer made a living out of performing at weddings and special occasions. He had an impressive repertoire of songs and a pleasant personality. He was especially gracious to ...

The Bus to Saigon

A travel blog entry by warreninasia on Dec 16, 2014

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... aware he has opened the door for the river crossing, however I can't help but think that's more for his escape than mine as I'm at the back of the bus laying down with no sign of a safety hammer for the glass anywhere. We crossed safely obviously or the blog would have ended at that point. The next bit was to a massive bridge so no requirement for another ferry. Over the bridge and on to our lunch stop we got there about 12pm and duly got ...