Our return from Phu Quoc would be via Ha Tien despite the temptation to take an alternative hydrofoil direct to Rach Gia past Hon Nghe, reportedly the most beautiful island in the area & a revered pilgrimage site for Buddhists. Our destination was the area surrounding Hon Chong, around 30kms from Ha Tien on the way to Rach Gia. Hon Chong is STUNNING, surely one of the most photogenic places in Vietnam. There is no way my words could improve on the photos so I'll leave it to the images that follow: Approaching the Hon Chong area: Huge blocks of ice being supplied to fishing boats via make-shift ramps in Bai Duong: Near Hai Son Tu (Sea Mountain Temple): Chua Hang Grotto in which is found Hai Son Tu: Looking across to Hon Phu Tu (Father & Son isle). The 'Father', a taller stone on the first rocky outcrop on the left of the photo, was washed away in 2006, yet remains in many photos promoting the area: Yes, sunsets from here are sensational too! Come down & photograph some to share.