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TravelPod Member ReviewsN4 Kep
we took the more expensive room, but surprisingly the water stopped working every once in a while and the wi-fi connection was really weak.
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... them to be a force to be reckoned with. The traps and techniques they used to confuse Americans were brilliant. We even got to shoot a M60 machine gun mounted on an old military jeep for 300 000dong ($16) for the two of us. Besides the Rambo moment, it was so neat to simply walk through a 100 meters of the massive underground system that extended all the way up to the Cambodia boarder. The afternoon was spent at the War Remnants Museum. Our time here threw me back. I did not know ...
... up but I hadn't been there. Their argument fell flat when they said that the bus had arrived at a time fifteen minutes after I'd started waiting, and the guesthouse owner finally managed to convince them to let me catch a bus that was currently waiting in the town centre.
I jumped on the back of his bike and he drove me into the centre, where I found that the bus was indeed waiting just for me. I got on, where I was caressed by the heavenly air-conditioning onboard ...
programmed robot. Unfortunately, if you
offer to buy them a meal, they will take you to restaurant where you will buy
them a meal, and they will return it and get the money, which they turn over to
a nearby adult watching over several of these kids. These kids are so street smart and know how
to hustle the tourists. One girl, about
9, came up to sell bracelets to my friend and I. She started at 10 for $5, but when ...
... It was too quickly time to get ready. I got my wet suit on easier than I thought I would and made sure I checked my mask fitted really snugly, a that's one of the problems I have sometimes when I'm snorkelling. I put on my flippers and was ready to go!! When we got to the edge of the boat I got a bit scared as the men put on my floatations belt and my air tank. It all felt really heavy and I didn't even know how I was going to jump into the water- I felt so weighed down. Also, ...
... in the water for us to climb up. Millie did it all unaided- she is a boat pro. I got slightly concerned when the boats engine stopped half way. It reminded me of when Spen and I got a longtail boat from Thailand to Myanmar a few years back and it broke down with absolutely no land in sight. We had to wait for another boat to come by, get tied to ours and very scarily make our way forward. However, this time we just ran out of petrol and were quickly on our way again. Phew! ...