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A Relaxing Stay at Salinda Resort

I love resorts and hotels. Anything that will keep me from doing household chores and have someone else do everything for me, am all for it! 😛 We have been fortunate to visit Phu Quoc for the second time and … Continue reading

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Phu Quoc: Pearls, Pepper, and Pristine Beaches

Phu Quoc left its indelible mark on me on our first visit in 2011. The memories of the rustic feel of the province, the fresh seafood, and the warmth of its people make me want to go back. And luckily, … Continue reading

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Checking out Phu Quoc International Airport

It’s been 4 years since we last visited Phu Quoc and visiting it this past weekend, we were very much surprised of the changes that has taken place — especially the Phu Quoc now International Airport! The international terminal opened in … Continue reading

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Ho Chi Minh City – Gateway to Fab Holidays

Done with the Ho Chi Minh City tour? Visited the Cu Chi Tunnels already? Posed in front of the Notre Dame Cathedral? Cried in the War Remnants Museum? Rode the cyclo? Already immersed yourself in the street culture of Saigon? … Continue reading

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Night Market @ Phu Quoc

One of the highlights of our stay in Phu Quoc was going to the Night Market — well at least for me. 🙂  Night Market = Shopping.  Enough said. But we were pleasantly surprised that the Night Market (4:30 PM … Continue reading

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Sao Beach

As I said in this post, I think Sao Beach is the best beach I’ve been to so far.  But I made a mistake in my count.  I’ve been to 5 beaches already: Long Hai Beach (Vung Tau), Mui Ne … Continue reading

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Beach Club Resort

We thought it would be a perfect opportunity to relax outside Saigon during the four-day weekend, especially with my brother visiting — but it seemed that everyone else had the same thing in mind.  It was not easy getting plane … Continue reading

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