Maritime Hotel & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... net fishermen were ever present, and barges carried loads of bricks, rice husks and timber to be
offloaded at the larger ports.
With increased mobility, many families now have motorbikes or scooters, so primitive commuter ferries now ply the waterways to allow them to work outside their villages. ...
... with a tourist site in one of the bays. I was only Brit on the boat . I got chatting to a couple of Vietnamese who have been living in the US for some time , the rest were Russians . Once we arrived i tagged along with the Vietnamese as we walked around the landing area . It was very geared up for the tourists especially the Russians . They have a special relationship with Vietnam due to the aid given etc. There was a sort of petting zoo with ostriches and deer. We saw ...
... today. We ate lunch in a small village then rode bikes to a different boat to row through smaller canals. Next it was onto our floating hotel by ferry across the Mekong. The next day we saw a crocodile farm, used for food and hide, a fish farm and finished with a walk through an ethnic minority village. Then it was onto the Cambodia border by ...
... being built. The place lack a bit of what can be named a resort. Although the magic of the beach and the nice atmosphere felt there beat everything.
We enjoyed 2 nice and long days at the beach, sleeping, reading and eating. The food was always delicious and different from what can be found in the rest of Vietnam. Thessa was again delighted with the salads dressing.
One afternoon we went to the sea food market ...
... a caring strong heart so very generous while also completely at ease taking control of any situation. It was lovely to see a man being a man, rather than some of the men I have come in contact with at home, who care more about their appearance rather than the simple male act of protection. I called him "dictator" during the trip but really I couldn't have been more set at ease by his precision and organization. ...