Kep Seaside Guesthouse
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... at, but we wanted to see and learn more about the Vietnam war. The subtle differences from the rest of Vietnam were busier streets, guys who slept on their motorbikes parked directly on the streets and the nightlife which encompassed people sitting on a thin pillow on the sidewalks to enjoy drinks with friends. With only two days in the area we spent one full day learning more about the Vietnam war. We took a tour up to Cu Chi tunnels where the Vietcong developed and underground world ...
... after I was due to be picked up, I was still sat outside the garage, where the mechanic was graciously keeping me hydrated with water. By this stage I was starting to get ever so slightly frustrated. A few minutes later the guesthouse owner sped by on his scooter and saw me still waiting. He asked me with some incredulity what I was still doing there and I told him that the bus hadn't arrived. He called the bus company office, who tried to argue that the bus had arrived to ...
... feeling much more lighthearted than when we
arrived. As we pulled away, the oldest
boy was enthusiastically yelling and waving goodbye.
In Siem Reap it’s a very different story. The children in the tourist area are all
working: hawking bracelets, magnets and postcards, or actually begging at your
table, “I don’t want money, I want a meal”.
I had a 5 year old boy follow me for a block repeating ...
... and block it out and just see what happened. When we got to the port it stunk of fish, we got on the boat and watched the fisherman display their catch in nets for people to buy. I saw one of our boat men pick up some sea urchins- (little did I know that this was our morning snack!!) we travelled out to some small islands just off the coast of An Thoi- my diving instructor was telling me lots of things but I wasn't taking any of it in, I was too busy trying not to get nervous about ...
... a jungle path that's meant to be faster but the locals sometimes cover it to force you to take their boats, or the beach route but that means a lot of rock climbing! Also, lack of rubbish collection means the rest of the island can get quite littered, so we're glad we stayed where we were. Although we wished we were staying the night to see the phosphorescent plankton! When it was time to get back on the boat I was unsure how we'd get on, but the boatman plucked a stool and ...