Thuan Loi Hotel

Address: 18 Tran Hung Dao St., Chau Doc, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18 Tran Hung Dao St., Chau Doc, is near Tam Coc, Cat Ba Island, Tra Su Bird Sanctuary, and Kenh Ga.
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        More Mekong - Can Tho to Chau Doc

        A travel blog entry by glynfamily on Oct 20, 2015

        ... ground into rice flour and then mixed with water, this is then poured like huge pancakes onto a hot plate, steamed for 20 seconds, then the giant pancakes are put on mats out in the sun to dry. Once it is almost dried out the large discs are fed through a big shredder, producing the noodles. The kids both had fun feeding the discs through the shedder! Back on the bus and our next stop was a crocodile farm and lunch. The farm had approximately ...

        A Very Long Trip

        A travel blog entry by mollinedol on May 31, 2015

        4 photos

        ... 8217;s. They are low credit and have a saving component that helps the borrower create a saving account that is turned over when the loan is paid off. The capital is from private U.S. benefactors and volunteers collage students and alumni manage the loans. A committee of local Women’s Union vets loan applicants and this also legitimized the transaction.

        After a very long bus ride we arrive at the Song Tra Hotel in Dong Thap province. We ...

        Chau Doc

        A travel blog entry by emmaandsam on Mar 24, 2015

        20 photos

        ... a spot to watch the sunset called Sam Mountain, which of course we had to visit before we left. Despite it's enticing name, the view was thoroughly unimpressive (though there was the novelty of Vietnam on one side and Cambodia on the other) and the sunset hilariously disappointing. But we still had a nice time drinking beers in a hammock and plotting our future business plans, before hopping aboard a moto taxi to wind back through the mountain roads into town. ...

        Day of the Buddhas

        A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Feb 23, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... the most important female in Buddhism – the equivalent of the Roman Catholic Virgin Mary.

        I had seen plenty of Lady Buddhas before, but now my gaze found something entirely new. On a wall of the temple complex someone had painted grisly scenes from the Buddhist hell. First of all, there were scenes from human life – of people mistreating other people (for example a man failing to help someone drowning) – and these were followed by a series ...

        Homestay in Ang Tasom

        A travel blog entry by saraspostcards on Feb 22, 2015

        4 photos

        ... back in the "classroom" and made me realise that although I'm loving not working, I'll be excited when I finally get back to it. The rest of our time at the homestay was spent laying on hammocks reading, chatting with the other guests, cycling around the farms, visiting the markets, playing with the children, relaxing and reflecting. The food provided was exceptional and there was plenty of it. Our homestay was USD$18 pp/pn which ...