Green Island Hotel

Address: Waterfront, Ha Tien, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Waterfront, Ha Tien.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Ha Tien

The boat that rocked

A travel blog entry by ninjabackpacker on Aug 01, 2014

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... fog hindered visibility. (It was as spectacular as the blue mountains in Sydney). At certain points we were sent out into the rain to view the shells of random buildings, which had at one point been a church and a king's summer palace. The next stop was for the old hotel and despite the fog, we dashed through the torrents towards where the driver was pointing. The building was huge with lots of staircases and ways to go. It must have been a ...

Vietnam- Good Morning Vietnam!!!

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on Jul 12, 2014

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... who wear Non Las (Vietnamese bamboo hats) making their way around the streets with a rod on their shoulder that holds the hanging food baskets on both ends. After obtaining a hotel room for all 3 of us for the price of 360 000d ($18) we went for some grub. We found this restaurant as described above and ordered Pho which is a famous Vietnamese dish. Just as we began eating it started raining, so much that the table umbrella wasn't enough to keep us dry. Our 14yr old server lead us ...


A travel blog entry by devinblackie on Jun 02, 2014

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... then went out for dinner and drinks with the group of people we had been hanging around with during the day. When we went back to Arcadia (just the four of us in the tuk tuk) we got completely lost... the hostel was so far away, the tuk tuk driver had no idea where he was going, and in the darkness whith no lights on the roads neither did we. I had to speak to the drivers friend who spoke some English over then phone to get him to direct the driver to the hostel. After ...

Johm riab sua (Hello)

A travel blog entry by edandkate on Apr 11, 2014

4 comments, 10 photos

... river, having seen the storm clouds looming. We went back to our tree house and had a skype session back home with Kathy. We went for dinner at a very nice restaurant in the town, with an added bonus of live music from the restaurant next door. Even the 10 minute power cut didn't stop him! All in all we've enjoyed our time in this sleepy riverside town, and are carrying on our trip to Sihanoukville tomorrow, for some more beach relaxation. Let's hope it stays dry from now ...

Getting to Phu Quoc via the border

A travel blog entry by laurebondoux on Feb 22, 2014

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... between the two checkpoints, then retrieving our stamped passports (we had previously organised for our visas in London, as they are mandatory for a visit to Vietnam). There was no health check this time but we had to prove we had all the required vaccinations to avoid paying the fee: our international vaccination card came in pretty handy!

After this, we boarded the bus again to ...