Huong Tra Hotel

Address: fork Gian Khau, Gia Tran, Gia Vien, Ninh Binh, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on fork Gian Khau, Gia Tran, Gia Vien, Ninh Binh.
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    Travel Blogs from Ninh Binh

    The beautiful people

    A travel blog entry by andshegoes on Feb 02, 2015

    The next two days are also spent in Ninh Binh.. Really, I was supposed to leave after the day on the moto.. Though I am in love with the slow pace, relaxed feel of the countryside here.
    I have a proper sit down breakfast with the hotel I am staying with.. They fill me with all sorts of vietnamese food (no idea, to be honest.. I think some fish and vegetables with rice and noodles).. Again, this place will not let me pay either!
    I then go for a ...

    Ninh Binh

    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Jan 20, 2015

    19 photos

    ... We were right, our hotel wasn't going to be open until 7:30am, another 3 hours! We weren't sure what to do, so we hoisted our backpacks on, and went lumbering around Ninh Binh. We stumbled across a couple of places, preparing their 'restaurants' of sorts, but unsurprisingly weren't willing to accept customers at this hour. We eventually found an elderly couple selling tea, coffee, sticky rice, and your typical corner shop type goodies, from the front of their ...

    Fantastic Rock Formations and Rowing

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Jan 18, 2015

    11 photos

    ... someone of that age rowing your around. I did do my part and took over for her for several minutes but with my steering issues I am not sure it was a help to her at all. Another twenty KM and we found ourselves in a small village that is on the outskirts of Ninh Binh City. We observed a sacred temple built years ago and were also led in to a limestone cave were a young local man spoke loudly to us in Vietnamese - we were saved when ...

    A Stunning Landscape + A Homestay

    A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Dec 19, 2014

    78 photos

    ... slow boat ride on the river running through the limestone cliffs. By this stage it was getting warmer and the sun was out so it was very picturesque. We had been only going for around 20mins when we came to our first cave. Apparently you go through around 8 or 9 caves, coming out the otherwise. When we approached the lady indicated to us to duck down low as the ceiling of the cave at the entrance was indeed very low. It was quite something going through these caves on a ...

    The case of the missing fleece and lost socks . .

    A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Dec 18, 2014

    19 photos

    ... few items, whilst inconvenient, has actually saved us money!

    Tam Coc itself was well worth a visit. Being taken on a rowing boat for about six kilometres, where the rower mainly used her feet, rather than hands, was a very pleasant journey. The waterways go through limestone karst mountain valleys as well as through underground caves during the two hour trip. The landscape is often referred to as 'Halong Bay on rice paddies' and hopefully ...