Hoang Yen Hotel

Address: 05 An Duong Vuong, Quy Nhon, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 05 An Duong Vuong, Quy Nhon.
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      Travel Blogs from Quy Nhon

      Sticky Rice and Picky Lies

      A travel blog entry by travelpeainapod on Jan 03, 2015

      3 photos

      ... kix-line-break">“I feel the same! Next time, let’s pick another mode of transport. Your rice paddies plan sounds good. I almost thought there was gonna be a tour guide, but it’s just us! This is so exciting! No rules!”
      “We’ re actually ten. Come on, I think there’s a place to eat over there.”
      “How do you know?”
      “ThereR 17;s smoke! ...

      Beaches, Rice Paddies, Trains and Rains . . . . .

      A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Dec 06, 2014

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... tat plus lots of restaurants - there is not too much to do other than shop, eat and drink along with a high number of Russian tourists. Heather's Russian language skills were useful in a bit of translation again.

      Our second railway journey needed us to get to Binh Thuan on the main line in order to catch train SE8, the 09.30 departure to Dieu Tri, from where we got a taxi for the short trip to Quy Nhon. There is a branch ...

      Dong hoi!

      A travel blog entry by hollybell on Nov 08, 2014

      4 photos

      ... we had to leave for the train. That leads me to the worst but funniest sleeper train that we have got on. We arrive at the train station and there are no platforms just what looks like a big road. We finally get on our train and to our carriage when we see our beds, we had the top bunks which were about 8 ft off the floor and there are no ladders or climbing devices provided. We struggled enough with getting our bags up there and then it was our turns the Vietnamese in ...

      More seaside

      A travel blog entry by simoncole on Apr 26, 2014

      4 photos

      ... A bit like the Pan American highway its the longest route of the Asian Highway network, crossing much of Asia, from Tokyo to Istanbul. Vietnam's contribution includes the link from Hanoi to Saigon. Lam, our guide, told us that 4 separate tunnels are currently being built on AH1. As we were having lunch we heard an explosion which emanated from one such tunnel under ...

      Sunburns and hotels on the beach

      A travel blog entry by jandladventures on May 10, 2013

      ... br> -People turning scooters into "family vehicles", probably 5 people on 1!!

      - Many accidents, because people do not look EVER before turning/changing lanes

      -Stopping at a bus stop to check out a map we noticed a man under the bench, didn't appear to be breathing.... we left immediately

      And yes, there is much more... although it's not coming to me right now.. will post more soon!