Tinh Dong Thap Hotel

48 D Ly Thuong Kiet, Cao Lahn, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cao Lahn

Wonderful Italian and Food Court Chinese

A travel blog entry by painttownbeige


We had a wonderful Italian meal at Ciao Bella on our last night in HCMC and were such little piggies we felt really sick afterwards. We have loved the flavours of Vietnam, but the draw of another cuisine saw us in tastebuddy heaven! Italian White wine, stuffed zucchini flowers, salad (with the luxury of lettuce!), pasta puttanesca for me and soft shell crab pasta for Sean. Divine! The restaurant was recommended by some Australians who were living and working in HCMC, and as we walked ...

Phnom Penh

A travel blog entry by janeenidmanagh


... as a 9 yr old being forced to leave Phnom Penn with his family & the terrible things that happened. At the age of fourteen they were finally released & he finally was able to restart school. We then boarded the bus back to the city to visit the prison S21 where many were tortured before being transported to the killing fields to be killed. A grim place with many many photos of people who had been there. Today there are only 2 living ...

Tan Chau

A travel blog entry by janeenidmanagh


... not sure if it will be for me or Sally. The rickshaw ride continued on through narrow streets lined with small houses & businesses. People get by with little in the way of material goods. We soon came to a mat factory where rattan mats are made. We saw the reeds being dried, then some dyed & dried again. Then they were woven into different sized mats & edged. Then ...

Sa Dec in the morning

A travel blog entry by janeenidmanagh


... into the workshop at a time. Each basket weighed about 20kgs each. The cost to unload a barge was about $40US. Sometimes they can unload three barges in a day. The rice husks are used to fuel the kilns to fire the bricks & tiles. The resulting ash is sold as fertiliser. They can teach us a few things about recycling. The kilns are huge & they had a number. ...

Moseying along the Mekong

A travel blog entry by nhsescapist83

... and I quickly suggest we turn around after jumping off the bike asking directions IPad in hand. Weirdly I'm not tired by this routine. The delta is rural and few speak English and genuinely we are a handful if not the only tourists in the near vicinity. We eventually reach a hotel and ask where the home stays are. Chris leaves his glasses here but clever boy notes the hotel name ! We end up at a ferry crossing as we are advised the address I have is on ...


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