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TripAdvisor Reviews Kim Linh Hotel Phu Quoc Island
Travel Blogs from Phu Quoc Island
... that he did. The most interesting thing was he understood when I told him that after spending almost ten years in the US, its hard to say where my home is. Is it in India where I grew up but I **********nect anymore when I visit, or is it in the US where I may have had some roots some time back, but now I really don't. Is it really a wonder that I haven't missed either of those places in the last couple of months. These days, for me, I think home is where my backpack ...
... in sight, the wildlife was mind blowing. The coral was 2 or 3 feet from the surface, so you had to stay lying flat at all times, but everything was also quite literally in your face. The water was crystal blue making all the multicoloured and luminous fish stark against the neutral coloured coral. To our delight we spotted an octopus hiding in the sand, and many of my favourite rainbow coloured fishies, the parrot fish. Another glimpse into the world under the sea! ...
... scratched right foot... all part of the fun!
With a beautiful stop off for lunch overlooking the sea and multiple lovely beach stops en-route, our moped adventure was a really enjoyable day!
Our hotel was situated on 'Long Beach' where we did a couple of days of lazing around just reading and writing. The bars on the beach provided perfect spots for this with only the sounds of the waves as a soothing distraction, sipping on coke and ...
... farms and plantations in search of some sign of caves. These are my favorite kind of adventures! ; ) It took a while but after a couple feeble attempts to stop and ask for directions and a moment or two to play with some local kids along the way, we found the first of three. The cave was called white elephant cave because inside there was a formation of limestone which somewhat resembled an elephant head. We explored that cave which seemed to go on ...
... to a jellyfish sighting Hannah decided to stay on the boat.
Lunch was served on the boat just to us four, whilst we were moored up next to similar sized boats with everyone struggling for space to eat – we felt very smug J although the captain kept trying to get us to try sea urchin L no ta.
The afternoon saw us head to Sao Beach which is said to be the prettiest in Phu Quoc. We had a few hours to swim, sunbathe and grab a cool ...
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