La Java Bleue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... periods when I was able to stand, I checked with Steve that he was still feeling OK (he was) and with other people who'd eaten at The Rusty Keyhole as to whether they'd suffered any poor health since eating there (they hadn't). I then started to question whether it might be the food being served at Arcadia, but as I couldn't really ask to see the food preparation facilities or if anyone was currently battling a bout of cramps or related digestive issues, it was difficult to ...
... soaked we stopped to warm up. We were quickly joined by Myrthe (holland) and her two American friends. The weather was too much for the local tourists who briefly climbed the small mount to pay their respects before legging it back to their mini bus. We waited a while and got a wedge of the view over the steep drop to jungle below and the Gulf of Thailand beyond. From there you can see around 50% of the low lying land is now under water. We rode on past one of many new developments ...
... Thursday we got our wish. We finally played in the water. Just not the water we wanted. It was coming from the sky. We had booked a tour to the Bokor Hill and despite the incessant rain, climbed into the minivan to take us up the hill. Visibility was poor at best and the rain had been so heavy that there had been a couple of landslides, bringing rock and debris into the road. Right, Sean is telling me I'm a douchebag and that we'll finish the post ...
... to proceed through. We eventually made it to the 'Citadel' which was a large compound of buildings where emperors once ruled. Before making our way in, a guy on a bicycle approached us. He asked where we were from, and what our travel plans were for the near future. He began explaining that his family runs a motorcycle tour from Hue to Hoi An. At first we felt a bit hesitant about a guy approaching us about a business on a pedal bike, but with photos and a tablet, he showed us that ...
... felt safe as I knew I could handle the guy if anything went wrong and I had Dee at my side as back up.
Whilst I appreciate that this is one of the poorest countries in the world , still can't forgive being scammed and ripped off. Before we started our trip most people warned us about Vietnam saying that is was very commercialised and everyone out to get you, however our experience has been that Cambodia is the worst, which is a ...