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... in small boats. Our boat made a stop for us to kayak around Halong bay. We also were able to jump off the top of the boat into the water. After my injury from cliff jumping in the Philippines I was actually pretty terrified of jumping off the top of the boat. I hated that I was afraid of jumping off and hurting myself again. Finally I made myself jump off. I was fine. Hopefully next time I get to cliff jump it is enjoyable like it used to be, not frightening. Dinner was awesome. The food ...
... br> They have no ipads, no Gameboys, no TV and they spend their time
actually playing! Playing with each
other, with sticks, laughing at us and being very happy! It is such a contrast to the spoiled,
entitled, self-absorbed nightmares that Western society is raising!
On the bikes, in all the small villages we pass, the kids
all wave and sometimes chase us waving and shouting “Hello!” They can tell we ...
... unattended. I probably shouldn't worry about it, but I go back, sit under the thatched canopy, and read while I dry off. There are lots of places a long the beach where you can get food. We pick one out and order a very belated lunch. Around 4:30 we head back to the mainland after being here for a good five or so hours. Our tuktuk driver is there when we return and we go back to the lodge for rmuch-needed showers. After such a late lunch, none of ...
... with cold water, dumped our bags and ventured back onto the streets.
Our first mission was to find the big “Durian roundabout” which is exactly what it sounds like (see the picture) where the Canadia bank ATM (not at all affiliated with Canada despite the red and white colouring) is located. Spotting a nearby mini mart/laundry/guesthouse/phone shop nearby we also decided this was a good time to get some local SIM cards ...
... the school.
We wanted to go to the market in the early morning, and Dominique would take us there around 8. But hey, we're in Cambodia, so we only left to the market around 13h30, because Dominique always had something else to do. But when we finally got there, we came back with 40kg of potatoes, 10l of oil, 500gr of salt and 5l of mayonaise. Yes, I hear you making a good guess, we we're going to make French fries for all the school! Once we were back, we immediately started ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMasada Resort Kep
I love this place!! Amazing bungalow, amazing pool, and the best views of both the sea and the mountains!
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