Ham Luong Tourist Hotel
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... entered the rooms we were presented with a stack of clean towels and a mosquito net. A mosquito net with no where to hang it. My bed buddy and I improved by using nails sticking out of the wooden walls and drape the rest of the net to the end of the bed. And after the long day, and a dinner full of more fish, I decided to hit they hay early. I ended up falling asleep pretty early, around 10:00pm. We were going to wake up extremely early to catch the morning floating market, ...
... out without any ice or cooling. It was a really interesting market to visit. As a lot of the people who buy their produce here do not themselves have refrigeration, they visit the local market quite frequently and usually in the morning to get the fresher produce.
We stopped in at a wealthy local farmer's house by local standards, meaning he had some land. He bred pythons and they brought a few out for us to hold if we wanted - no thanks! ...
... asleep swinging in the shade! For lunch we travelled to Phoenix Island ate the ugliest damn fish I’ve ever seen. It lives it the water here (which is brown with mud), and was full of big rough scales and sharp teeth. It actually looked like a massive piranha - all teeth and angry faced. It tasted just fine though, and was one of about 5 courses!
After lunch we walked in the scorching sun to monkey bridge which was a single ...
... Plaster. Ceiling fans. Thin 2" long bamboo shoots in strings for privacy curtains. Open, black stained mahogany beams supported the red tiled hip roof. Very handsome. Fixed lunch on white linen. Excellent spring rolls with a micro basket weave rice paper cover. Sautéed garlic veggies. Large fried fish, which our server picked off the bone, wrapped with leaves and mint in rice paper and served us. Also, ...
... quite cheesy, they love romantic songs) here is a list of few nice Vietnamese songs:
Extra tips if you plan to visit this area: I have found the homestay through Nambo agency, managed by a nice and reactive man called Tam Tran