La Veranda Resort Phu Quoc, MGallery Collection
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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For the most part we had done a decent job of staying within budget – especially in Vietnam where most meals were no more than a few dollars. That was about to change. After booking value-based accommodation for most of this trip it was time to splurge, and in a big way! Cindy was in charge of making the decisions for Vietnam and decided, …
... Since the skies were clear, we did another time lapse of the sunset recorded on the Gopro. On the walk back, Eiry got checked out by some Vietnamese guy walking past, like something from a film. When it got dark we headed back to the room. We stayed there until dinner time and watched the proposal. Before dinner we first went to the shop to buy nuts, then headed back to the same place as the previous nights. We ordered fried ...
... down there. We finished our tour just as some city kids arrived with their parents and the mist lifted. The rear gardens fall away a skyscraper to thick tiny jungle and views of Vietnams Phu Quo'c island. The children stopped and waved and Emma emptied the free candy we'd been given at the petrol station from her pockets. We're yet to be ignored, short changed, or made uncomfortable. Their legendary friendliness seems to be true. We rode up and down until we found the French Church. ...
... that's exactly what they look like and I have no idea what they are used for. Answers on a postcard please if anyone knows..!
After all of the fun and games of the trip (the world was now also minus someones pet dog) the bus finally rolled into Siem Reap around 23:00. Later than we should have, especially given the driving theatrics.
I checked in to my hostel, One Stop Hostel (again, I wanted The Mad Monkey especially after my experience in Kampot but ...
The bus arrived at about 6am in a small, somewhat dilapidated bus terminal (which I'd now realised was standard practice for Vietnam) in a small, somewhat dilapidated town called Ha Tien and as we disembarked we were greeted by the usual gang of locals trying to sell us stuff. Amongst them were loads of xe-om drivers ("Motorbike? Motorbike?") so we negotiated a price for the four bikes and jumped on the back for the two mile drive down the road to the ...