Neptune Hotel

36 Ha Long St., Vung Tau, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vung Tau

At Sea

A travel blog entry by steve874

... Dinner for four of us again and a laugh once more, we're going to plan a night together in one of the other restaurants, out on deck under the stars. Off to the Curzon to see a new act, a comedian, Peter Pepper! The guy is manic, hyper, but good :-) from there straight back to Carmen's at the rear of the ship and met up with Irene and Roy to see two lads, The MacDonald brothers, kind of ...

Biking with Sisters, Home Visits and Coconuts!

A travel blog entry by pedalforchi


... to take care of her daughter. Not knowing what I could do to help was hard. Do you try to raise money for palliative care for the mother, try to support the daughter who doesn't want to go to school, something else, or nothing at all??? I expressed my desire to help the daughter, however was only willing to do that if she was interested in furthering her education. The Sisters were going to talk with the son, 26 years old and try to come up with a plan and see what the best option would ...

HCM city and the ferry ride south

A travel blog entry by plumwhat


... War Museum. This was very sobering. What a horrible war and so many innocent people and children killed. It's quite scary to think this all happened in my Dad and Mum's generation - it really wasn't that long ago! The was lots of evidence of the 'experiments' the US were carrying out on people - especially the chemical warfare. Agent Orange still effects children born today both in Vietnam and the US. There were some really terrible stories. I was however very moved ...

Continuation of updates...

A travel blog entry by briiahna

Hello! Sorry I'm being so lazy..I'm just trying to squeeze so much into so little time! Sunday 3rd Feb Today my friend and I did a tour of Wat Chalong Temple, the cashew nut factory, the bee farm, the duty free shop, Karon-Kata viewpoint, a waterfall that I can't recall the name of, elephant trekking and the rubber plantation farm. My fave part of the day was definitely the waterfall. We had to climb up a few zillion stairs to get their, but it was totally worth it. The waterfall ...

Day 12 Vung Tau.

A travel blog entry by shante


Day started with breakfast at the hotel not a bad spread considering it is off season in Vung Tau at the moment, so Hotel was very quiet . After breakfast decided to grab a cab and see a few of the highlights . Our first destination was the Fishing Village all the boats line the harbour and bring the fresh catch in everyday and sell to the restaurants, we stopped at one of the little markets the seafood wasn't as cheap as I thought Prawns were $20 kg and crabs the ...


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