Rega Kep Ma Campagne Guesthouse & Restaurant
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... in the water and it really was not pleasant to swim in. In Hue we rented bicycles to explore town. The roads are really crazy probably the craziest I have seen so far. Basically you have to just close your eyes and go and rely on the other drivers to go around you. It was pretty funny cause at one point Tanner picked up his whole bike and started walking across the road with his bike in his arms avoiding motorbikes zooming by. We first went to the citadel, an old kings palace. While we ...
... br> showed her that she already some the same, without even hesitating she quickly
dropped the price to 10 for $1 and told me that I needed to buy so I can be the
same as my friend! It is sad to see these kids being put to work and exploited
like this. And Bangkok isn’t the only
place in South East Asia with a child sex trade problem. It is also rampant in Cambodia. In our Guesthouse in Siem Reap there was a
sign in ...
... Once our driver found our Phnom Penh hotel (The originally named 252, to be found on street 252), we were met with the Phnom Penh aloofness. Nobody helped with our bags, despite the fact they had given us a third floor room. The hotel itself was nice, but most definitely not worth $65 per night. Well over our budget but the only place we could book at short notice for just the one night. The floors below us were all concrete decor which I knew had gained bad reviews, but ...
Q Bungalows included breakfast which was inevitably pancakes for us. The plan for today was to lounge around until we had to swap to another hostel as we could only wrangle a single night at this place. Lauren had booked the next joint, Bacoma, online to ensure we got a bed during peak season. So we sat at our hotel catching up on the blog and caffeine until checkout and then made our dusty way to Bacoma. This turned out to be set in ...
Another early morning, but this time only a short ride to town and the harbour we had wandered about the night before. Apparently a large group had cancelled that morning and we were the only people scheduled to dive that day. So for 3 customers they had 4 Dive Masters and 2 ship crew. It was a little overkill, but it just meant we were free to take everything at our own pace.
An hour and a half on the boat got us to ...