An Hoa Residence

Road 44, Long Hai, 00000, Vietnam | Inn
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This inn is located on Road 44, Long Hai.
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    Travel Blogs from Long Hai

    Na Trang

    A travel blog entry by gemma.frapwell on May 26, 2014

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    Well yet again I'm saying the same thing... Na Trang is beautiful! We've had 4 nights here, we've been staying in a double room in a guest house as it's worked out a lot cheaper than being in a dorm (by a couple of pounds anyway!!) but every little saving helps :) Na Trang is known for the beautiful beaches and big water park and that's exactly all …

    Rogers Steak Sandwich

    A travel blog entry by pmaustin on Nov 20, 2013

    8 photos

    ... but lots of Vietnamese children arriving on bicycles or motorbikes with their picnics, looking like they were planning to spend the day. We wondered why they weren’t at school and later learnt that it was "Teachers day" today and they had to go to school for only half a day…

    We were hoping that there would be a coastal road that we could take from here but there was not, so we had to use the 51, the main road. ...

    Do we really Need a swimming Pool ?

    A travel blog entry by pmaustin on Nov 19, 2013

    6 photos

    ... small hotel with swimming pool. Just what we could do with, it was a hot day and as we had got to our destination early thought we would make the most of this… This hotel was great value at only 9;00 a night,,everything was new, swimming pool clean, we had a view of the sea and breakfast included,,,bargain,,,,

    We unpacked had a shower and went to explore this new developing beachside resort area. Long Hai is about 100kms from HCM ...

    Big Port

    A travel blog entry by rconduns on Mar 29, 2012

    6 photos

    ... have separate barriered lanes for mopeds,motorbikes and cyclists.Along the road sides however there are many retail outlets in small sheds,and properties with bamboo thatching and no walls.These have a rather scruffy appearance,which along with the dust and unmade pavements point to a society which has a long way to go to catch up with neighbouring countries like China.
    We visited the Nirvana Buddhist Temple which houses the biggest ...

    A bit of Australian history in Vietnam

    A travel blog entry by thebarretts on Jan 06, 2012

    38 photos

    ... bet would be to catch a hydrofoil from HCMC. From the sounds of it, this required getting up quite early and for the sake of US$15 each, we decided on the TNK Travel option. The tour ended up being run by Sinhbalo Adventure tours with an 8am pick up from the hostel – much more civilised!

    Our first stop of the day was at the Long Phuoc tunnels where we were taken underground by a female guerrilla who ...