Thuy Duong Hotel

Address: 4, Thuy Van Street, Vung Tau, Vietnam | Inn
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This inn is located on 4, Thuy Van Street, Vung Tau.
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        Travel Blogs from Vung Tau

        Flying to vietnam

        A travel blog entry by vietnamtrip on Dec 17, 2013

        6 photos

        This morning we got up about 5:30 and mrs. Kugaten had made us a huge breakfast. There was potato pancakes, omelette, eggs soft boiled from the hot springs of hakone which had completely black shells. This was a delicacy brought for us the day before. Every body got up to say goodbye, bad mr. Kugaten went with us to the grin station ...

        Do we really Need a swimming Pool ?

        A travel blog entry by pmaustin on Nov 19, 2013

        6 photos

        ... somewhere to eat. The town was a lively place, a few streets with lots of shops, a Vietnamese town; the cosmopolitan feel of HCM has not reached here yet. I like it; the locals found us interesting and were friendly. The children smiling their shy smiles and shouting “Hello,, hello,,,what’s your name??”

        We found a restaurant named the “ Banh Xao”, this is one of our favourite dishes, a very light crispy ...

        Holy Heat and Our Home

        A travel blog entry by adamlauradoasia on Apr 09, 2013

        16 photos

        After the departure of Chris we spent the first few days getting some much needed R and R and we are now back in the swing of things. As we are back in our regular routine, not all that much "noteworthy" has happened. We were able to attend a tourism expo in a local park which was pretty cool, and we also ate lunch in a restaurant at a table next to four monks (not something you do every day). We also got celebrity treatment at the Vietnamese equivalent of Subway (even ...

        Continuation of updates...

        A travel blog entry by briiahna on Feb 11, 2013

        ... up on the side of the road. They were all above ground. Didn't look like there was an actual 'cemetery' as we know it. There's also Vietnamese flags everywhere. Above the main roads and attached to houses. We got on a boat and were taken to an island on the Mekong where we saw their bee farm and had honey tea. I tried some dried ginger which was quite nice. I wouldn't have eaten it if it didnt look like dried pineapple though. I learned that Vietnam exports 7 million tonnes of ...

        Only ME ? Where is everyone ?

        A travel blog entry by freespirit-40 on Apr 12, 2012

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... the children in school the words " ONE DOLLAR" and they keep asking the best thing is not to give as they will just keep coming back, also its a shame as even there parents encourage it.

        Anyway don't leave anything on beach i use a waterproof back pack see pic by Overboard bags ( diving bad ) and take it with me on the water with my pump in etc so not much weight. This is probably the good advantage of a foil kite. If i had a foil kite with me ( Have HQ Neo2 11m ) ...