Minh Quan Hotel

69 30/4 St., My Tho, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 69 30/4 St., My Tho.
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    Travel Blogs from My Tho

    Sail Away With Me

    A travel blog entry by meghan.dobson on Jul 27, 2014

    ... made me my second package of Mr. Noodles for he day. I really wasn't hungry and my stomach had been bothering me so I really didn't want to eat any of it, but I felt bad because they'd made it just for me so I ate as much as I could. We were also served some banana alcohol, which might be more accurately labelled as lighter fluid. It burned the whole way down, worse than the cobra stuff! After dinner our guide taught us how to play a Vietnamese ...

    My Tho

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 19, 2014

    13 photos

    ... again we were warmly welcomed. Those weaving, scaling, turning, baking, fermenting, preparing and producing have been keen to educate us in their skill and their tough toil. Sat in a side room a women in her middle age poured a rice flour pancake mix onto a cloth stretched over a steam cooker, simultaneously she stoked the rice husk fire, and lay the previous pancake on bamboo weaved boards to dry. She does around two thousand a day. She could do less but needs to support ...

    The Coconut River

    A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on May 29, 2014

    1 comment, 83 photos

    ... group was so happy and lifted by Lauren's music and thanked her for sharing with them, they were so glad she felt safe enough to share. She also shared with them about how one of the so go she wrote for Eric while he was on his mission, which opened up an opportunity for Lauren to share her testimony with the group because they asked a lot of questions about missionary work and our beliefs. She answered their questions gracefully and ...

    Floating Pineapple Boats

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on May 25, 2014

    12 photos

    ... tour was to a rice noodle factory. Again not so much a factory but interesting all the same. Rice noodles are made by soaking the rice for ages until all the starch comes out and then you mix this water with Tapioca powder and make really thin big pancake shapes on a hot plate. Cook for a minute or so and then these get left to dry for 4 hours. Then they go through a cutting machine to make the final product. Seems quite simple really. Then we got to taste the noodles which ...

    Ben Tre; entrée to the Mekong Delta

    A travel blog entry by emma_rivers on Apr 04, 2014

    ... in an odd side street, having advertisements covering every sign that actually identified it as a tourist office, and none of the locals having any idea what it even was! Once we finally located the place, we found out it had bizarre opening times and so it took several trips to find the establishment open! Once this was done, the staff were helpful, telling us where to get a bus from, how much it would be, etc. A relief to our ears. While ...