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TravelPod Member ReviewsPhong Nha Hotel Dong Hoi
The farmstay is situated at an amazing location next to rice fields...the general environment is laid back and relaxing..beds are clean and it also has a swimming pool...it is run by a friendly australian guy, Ben. Do take his tours as it will be the most non-traditional and exciting tour.
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... the People's Committee, also meets.
We got the students settled down and I was so thankful to have Father Peter and Thanh there to translate. We decided to run 3 sets of classes: Monday night for high school students, Wednesday night for secondary students, and Friday night for primary school students. Classes will be an hour and a half, 7 - 8:30, for the next month. There's only a few weeks until I head home for the month of October during flooding ...
... he’d love to help, because he loves teaching. And then I posted something on Facebook about it, and 3 more people asked if they could help!!! (thanks Shi, Quan & Lesley—you’ll all be perfect). That makes us a team of 7. I couldn’t be more grateful that people want to join me in this, because I can’t do it alone. It’s especially cool because even though we all have different schedules, it means ...
Villages and more villages
Distance: 170 km
Duration: 5 hours
I started the day with fried beef noodles (mi xao bo) in the cafe on 5th floor of my hotel. In Vietnam if you order fruit juice, the will serve it with ice and extra sugar. But I must say this morning it tasted so well, that I had to order one more orange juice (nuoc ep cam). I left before 9 with bag wrapped in plastic, as the clouds over the hills looked rainy. Everybody ...
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But… we did. We looked at each other; it was a look that said everything. We knew then what we were in for. We didn’t want to think of it. We laughed nervously, and gave his little cousins a death stare. Dinner was normal, and we made it through cake and celebrations.
By that night, he was sick. Like, couldn’t-make-the-car-ride-home-b ecause-he-had-to-go-to-the-bathroom-too -much sick (sorry ...
... 8217;s desires. Because, flash forward 7 years: I live in a village. It’s fairly remote. I don’t speak the language. Half the time I have no idea what’s going on around me. I’m so curious to meet more people here. I’m so interested to learn more. I’m out of my element in a foreign country… and yet, I’m happy beyond belief.
I love soaking it all up, and writing about everything around me (sidenote: I have ...