11 Nguyen Trai Street, Vung Tau, Vietnam | Hotel
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Reviewed by lequy

Usual breakfast cafe

Reviewed Oct 13, 2012
by (1 review) , Vietnam Flag of Vietnam

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This man is my crazy man
Vung Tau, Vietnam
Usual breakfast cafe for us
Vung Tau, Vietnam

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Travel Blogs from Vung Tau

Phước Bửu

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 18, 2014

14 photos

... hotels and casinos and it rained on and off. It's not so much that the Vietnamese have forgiven America for their war, they just concentrate on hating the Chinese more. Minh Ho spewed some racist jokes at their expense from the front of his bike. While Emma struggled with wind, accent and taste.

Our first attempt to get a bed failed due to the local holidays and packed out resorts. It seemed our request to come to the Delta instead of an advertised route had Mr Hong out ...

From Phu My

A travel blog entry by steve874 on Mar 13, 2014

16 photos

... won't be up there long. Think we might be alone at dinner, Erica and Peter have gone over to Ho Chi Min city on a tour. It's 2 and a half hours each way by coach, we didn't fancy that one. Bet they are late back! Half an hour in the sun then a move to the Crows Nest for a refreshing lager and a read in the shade for a bit. Dinner for four, apparently E & P were back a little early :-) afterwards we headed off to the Curzon as usual. Tonight it was the ...

Field visit to a Vision Centre - make that two!

A travel blog entry by plumwhat on Jul 18, 2013

5 photos

... some translation I could follow the general joist. The key question is sustainability and how this can best be achieved. What model should be adopted. Conclusion was a social enterprise model. We also had a tour of the facilities which were impressive. Amazing what a difference a great advocate can make. I had to laugh though the way the Vietnamese run their meetings is very interesting. Lots of phone calls are taken, at one time even by the presenter. There is lots of talking, ...

Day 3 - Exploring the city on my latest aquisition

A travel blog entry by wwhiffler on Feb 08, 2013

... it! Coming back i can take a bit of a detour making it a 200km round trip. Great recce run for the bike. Apparently international drivers license are not valid in Vietnam, which i was aware of, but is not generally a problem...... in the city. Salesman suggested i get a face mask that covers my nose and mouth, that way i'm less conspicuous..... Mmmmmmm....... At 0.25USD it wasn't going to break the bank so did it. Oakleys cover my eyes which are a dead giveaway so i think i'll blend ...

My Trip to Vietnam

A travel blog entry by phuthu18 on Jan 07, 2013

3 photos

... outside on the streets. We spent a large amount of time there and soon came back to the resort. We felt hungry and had dinner in the restaurant of the resort. We had white rice, fish, vegetables, fried rice, roasted duck and a lot more delicious food. The restaurant smelt of sweet fried rice and spices coming from the kitchen. The grand aroma filled the whole ...

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