The Light Hotel & Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Banquet room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Light Hotel & Resort Nha Trang
Nice view......hotel a little old and full of Russian Tourists
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... everywhere you looked there were fairy lights :D so cool. Nha Trang is a big holiday destination for Russians so everything is written in Vietnamese, then Russian, then English. We even got spoken to in Russian first - maybe we look Russian?! I think she realised by our shocked faces lol. At the bus stop we were hounded by a moto driver we really didn't trust, so we got a taxi instead. The moto driver was telling us it was $4 to our hostel, but we ...
... ink on his chest, he looked every bit the Russian stereotype. We were briefed on our first dive and fitted with our gear. It felt good to be back in the water. The first dive started off a little bit dull with mainly just murky sand. Justin and I both were motioning to each other that our dive master was kind of a joke because he would point to things on the ocean floor like an empty crab shell like it was a monumental deal. Made me miss my ...
... board walk we walked to our restaurant which was situated next to the water. This was one of the greatest lunches we have had yet, we had noodles, calamari, rice and scallops. After that we went back to the boat, sitting next to a cage of sharks and went back to nha trang and to our hotel. I had another lil FaceTime with Jess and she made me laugh more than ever like always. Then we got ready for the mud baths and headed towards ...
... and evil bitterness. Very different to the pure kindness we were shown in Cambodia. The views cycling around the coastal roads are breathtaking and even though I say it everyday, I will say it once more - my biggest regret travelling is not buying a go pro video camera, photos do not do it justice and often we cannot stop on the up hills to capture the best views. The hills are windy, ongoing 10% inclines lasting for several Kms which, in the heat, and trying to avoid the ...
... was in her element, lapping up the rays like a solar panelled roof. It didn't take long for us to decide we might give sight seeing a miss here and just enjoy the weather whilst we could. Later we headed to the beach to check it out and bought lunch consisting of the now staple bread, cheese and mango. We then headed back to hotel for a swim and a bit of asun bathe. We both tucked into ...