Tinh Dong Thap Hotel

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

The Vietnamese Marriage Interview

A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Aug 23, 2014

4 photos

... This was unexpected. I had fondly believed we would be interviewed together, not separately. But, of course, the woman wanted to see if Thuy’s answers would be the same as mine, so separate interviews were theoretically necessary (although my non-existent Vietnamese and Thuy’s rudimentary English meant that we could just as well have sat together throughout).

The interrogator never once made eye contact with me and never smiled. Her eyes ...

Not too long in Vinh Long on the mighty Mekong!

A travel blog entry by huonvillehigh on Mar 25, 2014

8 comments, 38 photos

... we have seen and learnt in such a short time. The homestay family have just treated us to a musical performance – singing some traditional songs accompanied by a Mekong instrument called a don co. Certainly an interesting cultural experience! Now we are spending the last hour of the evening relaxing, having a shower and preparing for tomorrow – another full on day of activities and learning and, of course, the beginning of our house building experience. Bring it ...

City of Love and Flowers

A travel blog entry by ralfthebear on Feb 14, 2014

22 photos

... people are charming, the temples are enticing, the pavement coffee bars are cool and relaxing, the noodle shops provide a better class of pho. At night riverside 'restaurants' pop up and provide food that is desirable! The town is protected from the mighty Mekong by a couple of narrow islands, one of which is full of flower nurseries, and had we come before TET they would of been a riot of colour. The river front is almost Mediterranean ...

Chau Doc to Sa Dec

A travel blog entry by cytravel on Jan 27, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... been a lot more interesting if any of us had heard of the movie.

Sa Dec is also known for it's numerous flower gardens which made for a colorful ride through the country side on a nice, paved path. This is a busy time for the town because people come from all over to buy their flowers for the Tet holiday.

We were able to see the active waterfront from a small boat as it cruised back to the Toum Teave for the evening.


Wonderful Italian and Food Court Chinese

A travel blog entry by painttownbeige on Oct 28, 2013

6 comments, 13 photos

... they were. It was nice to run into a familiar face.

The next morning it was time to say goodbye to our little piece of Old Saigon, and trot off on a 4 hour bus trip to Cai Bai to board the Mekong Eyes for our overnight trip. We are really glad we did it, but it hasn't been our best experience of the trip so far, and we were really spoilt on our Halong Bay trip.

Watching the Mekong Delta slide past was wonderful, every inch fascinating. The boats working hard, the ...