La Veranda Resort Phu Quoc, MGallery Collection
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- Swimming pool
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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, …
... we were at our accommodation, Sunshine Bungalows. We were greeted by the family and shown to our bungalow. We had been upgraded to a Deluxe bungalow, we're not sure what that gave us over a standard bungalow, but it did mean we were in a good position. The bungalows surround a courtyard, the courtyard being lush and planted with many flowers and other plants. Our bungalow was located at the bottom of the courtyards furthest away from the road ...
... chose a buffet thing, fish, scallops, squid for four it was delicious! About $6 each so pretty cheap. Wandered about for a bit longer then back to our cruddy room for a long night on a rock hard bed with mozzies dive bombing all night. If that wasn't bad enough, we got woken up with water streaming onto our heads from the ac ...
... in a laughing fit. It also might've been that we were the only westerners on the road as well as being a good foot taller than the next tallest rider. After that ride justin felt a little woozy but I still wanted to try out the animal swings. Although I was told I might be a little too big by the Khmer carny, I was determined to give the ride a go. Justin said that while I was riding my lion swing, that the whole ride itself was a leaning and rocking towards ...
... our trip around, our return to Mango Bay resort on Phu Quoc island, where we were married nearly 5 years previously. When we touched down in Phu Quoc we immediately became aware of the obvious developments that have been undertaken on the island since our last trip. Not least to the airport which had since become an international airport and so we now, rather disappointingly, arrived on a regular/dull plane as opposed to the excitement of the propellor plane we were flown in on ...