Seabreeze Hotel Kohchang
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- Free parking
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Cleans, spacious and near to everything. Towels changed every day rooms nice and clean.
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I did lots of coughing during the night and now my ribs are aching. We breakfast and John tests his stomach with an egg and bacon roll, this is on the edge of being too much for his system, but we'll see...
We call in at Max’s to collect our tickets - it seems we also got a 100 Baht discount each! We go back to our digs so John can take …
... go with the flow, and that even if things go wrong I realize that I will eventually get where I need to go, even if it takes a while. So now I'm in a little cafe with WiFi by Angkor Wat enjoying the city and realizing how much I love traveling alone. I think I've already learned some lessons in that regard, especially in being at peace with myself. It is a good place to be. So thank you to all my readers, be blessed. ...
... As a result, Marty and I spent the whole day in various cafes reading and writing blogs and journals. Quite a nice way to spend a day. It was a pretty lazy day and not much happened that evening either. I went to bed pretty early, still not feeling great.
On our final day in Kampot, Marty, Renzo and I got some bikes and successfully made it to Bokor National Park. The roads were amazing, smooth tarmac winding slowly up the hill, with views over Kampot out to the sea. ...
Battery Boy decided to spend the day exploring the waterways and nearby island scrounging for flotsam and jetsam he could use to build a simple distillation apparatus to fuel a primitive outboard motor and to provide refreshments he could share with the locals during happy hour.
The area he would be travelling through is isolated and difficult to access due to the dense jungle vegetation and the thick ...
... causing our trip to be slowed at times. Approximately four kilometres from our destination at Ta Tai we saw how dangerous the road could be taking the life of a young New Zealand traveller who had lost control of his scooter and run off the road down an embankment. His lifeless body lying in the back of the ambulance as several police carried the mangled scooter up the embankment that had been cordoned off with crime scene tape. A police officer at ...