Tinh Dong Thap Hotel

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

Not too long in Vinh Long on the mighty Mekong!

A travel blog entry by huonvillehigh on Mar 25, 2014

8 comments, 38 photos

... the boat for a quick 20 minute trip up the mighty Mekong River to our homestay. Now, we were expecting a pretty basic job for our first homestay experience but, we have to say, this is a pretty cool place! Hammocks, deck chairs, chilled out environment – very nice!! After a few room selfies and lots of giggles it was time for dinner. Now we’re sure not many of us have had a crack at the interestingly named Elephant Ear fish before now -but we are sold! What a ...

City of Love and Flowers

A travel blog entry by ralfthebear on Feb 14, 2014

22 photos

... an incense cone having first written "stuff she likes" on it, it will burn for a whole month! Fortunately we weren't the only ones duped into romancing, the town was full of young lovers and their flowers, but we were the only ones who had cocktails and dinner in 'The Lover's House'!!!!!! How about that!

Sa Dec was by leaps and bounds the loveliest and most peaceful town we have been to in the whole of Vietnam. It is small and ...

Chau Doc to Sa Dec

A travel blog entry by cytravel on Jan 27, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... our bike ride began.

Sa Dec is trying to become more of a tourist attraction. It's claim to fame is that it was the location of the 1984 novel L'Amant (translated into English as The Lover) written by Marguerite Duras. The book, which was made into a French film, is about her affair with a Chinese lover. The family home of "The Lover" is built in the French style with a Chinese flourish. It has recently been turned into a museum. It ...

Wonderful Italian and Food Court Chinese

A travel blog entry by painttownbeige on Oct 28, 2013

6 comments, 13 photos

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 on Aug 16, 2013

9 photos

... 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 ...