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Finally we were on the bus to the south coast. We had decided to stay on Serendipity beach, mainly because I like to say the word, but also this was the main lively area with several mellow beach bars and restaurants. We checked into a small guesthouse called Mick and Craig's on the main strip to Serendipity. The room was basic and unfortunately …
... and way cleaner than the waters from Halong Bay. It's quite funny that we simply stumbled upon this very popular beach. We were originally looking for a bamboo bridge but then biking through the plenty of rice fields, lead us to this amazing beach to cool off from the ridiculously humid and hot day. We later took in a late lunch back in town; such amazing food in this country and there was such a huge selections in this particular town. We literally splurged on the last few days ...
... around the town. The fact we managed to see Jim and his friends there was the icing on the cake. We both appreciated the temples of Angkor for their architecture and how well they had been preserved and we enjoyed the isolation of Robinsons bungalows on the island of Koh Rong Saloem. It is tragic that Cambodia is the most heavily mined country in the world and we really hope that Cambodia stamps out the corruption that has ruined the ...
... meet. For young
boys there is always the option of leaving home by joining a monastery. By becoming young monks, they insure that
they receive an education and there is no expense for the parents. These boys can leave the monastery at any
time, they can get a university education, they can go back to their village
and get married. It is not a lifetime commitment and most of the young monks come
from poor rural areas. The ...
... heat of the coast. Suffering from the heat ourselves we decided to hire a motorbike and make the trip up the mountain to see the sights at the top. Until recently it hasn't been possible to visit the mountain without joining a tour group but a new $1 billion road has now been completed meaning the journey up was relatively easy if a little windy.
The main reason for the new road is that a Chinese investment group have bought the land at the top of the hill and ...
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