Hai Au (Seagull)

Address: 100 Ha Long Street, Vung Tau, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 100 Ha Long Street, Vung Tau.
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      Phước Bửu

      A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 18, 2014

      14 photos

      ... A lady brought us a sample, strong and eaten whole I'd be tasting it all day.

      On the outskirts of town we found our second coffee of the day and girls squatting descaling the mornings catch. Still can't shake that smell. Buckets of cuttlefish, clams, lobster, and pearlescent fish twitched in their last struggles for life. We made our way into the back where cuttlefish were lined up, smoked dry and impaled into a fishy flat lollipop. We watched a dog dance with a crab from ...

      From Phu My

      A travel blog entry by steve874 on Mar 13, 2014

      16 photos

      ... with a little trepidation as they were billed as "today's answer to the Andrews Sisters!" It was ok but their outfits made it bearable ;-) I'm sure the Andrews Sisters didn't wear basques? If I was 25 years older it would have been great ;-) Crows nest for a pint then to the cabin for a cheap bottle of wine ;-) quite palatable really :-) Tired tonight, had two really good days but ready for buddy Bo's ;-) Vietnam has been really good, and our 53rd country. A ...

      Day in Vietnam

      A travel blog entry by loftsy on Nov 19, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... warm greetings
      meet you.

      We were up early for our tour this morning to the Cu Chi Tunnels. It was a 2.5 hour drive from our port to the tunnels, through Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) to the Ben Dinh underground tunnel complex. It was quite an experience to see how they countered the so-called enemy. They had 3 levels of tunnels – 4-6 m underground, then 8-12 m and finally 1-15 m. The tunnels including living quarters, hospitals, ...

      Field visit to a Vision Centre - make that two!

      A travel blog entry by plumwhat on Jul 18, 2013

      5 photos

      ... computer work, but everyone is engaged and the presenter carries on regardless.. Back on the bus and the rumour we are headed to The Rhino Bar for dinner is confirmed. Everyone seems happy so it should be an interesting night. It's been a warm day, but pleasant, with a dump of rain for about two minutes around 2 pm. The sun is getting low in the sky now and the trees look very green. The roadways are cery neat and tidy. I am very impressed with the garbage collection system, some ...

      Day 3 - Exploring the city on my latest aquisition

      A travel blog entry by wwhiffler on Feb 08, 2013

      ... the skepticism* 20km down the road and we hit the ferry. Maybe 10 cars and 50 bikes and we're all on and off. Two levels for passengers, the third is for the cockpit and captain i discover. Decide a pic or two is good from up here. Captain gives me a odd look.... So i tell him i want a pic of him! Next thing i am in the cockpit and he's taking a pic of me at the helm! Look again an i got the camera on timer and ALL staff on top deck are posing with me! This thing is cruising ...