Au Cabaret Vert
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... to fit seven in a Tuk Tuk. They set off first, we agreed to meet at the drop off point to sort out the confusion, and suddenly we were back on the tracks with new pink and blue bracelets on our wrists.
The ride back was less direct and far more eventful, with our driver having to take our Norry off the track several times to let other people pass. He was super helpful and smiley, so we tipped him $2 and went looking for Niht. We found our Here Be Dragon mates giggling to ...
... found a good householder and off he went and gave a nice presentation. He enjoyed it and wasn't too nervous. There was also another brother who was out witnessing for the first time last week too. Sakain said he is able to come out witnessing Wednesday and Saturday (we study Tuesdays and Saturdays). But unfortunately his niece got the chicken pox so couldn't go witnessing on Saturday. But then I turned up at the group this morning (Tuesday) and he was there! We were ...
Today is a travel day. I am traveling by minivan from Battambang to Phnom Penh, then change to a 2nd minivan to travel onto Sihanoukeville on the coast. Sihanoukeville is located on the gulf of Thailand, opposite Kho Sumi in Thailand. I got my tuk tuk driver to drop me off at the Royal Hotel, where the Phnom Penh minivan would pick me up from. After being picked up we had to stop at a couple of other hotels to pick up other passengers. Funnily enough ...
... undiscovered landmines in this area. The Palin district is still pretty much Khemer Rouge run, as the governor of Palin is an Ex-Khemer Rouge head soldier. On my visit to the temple I was flanked by these 3 kids, trying to make a buck, by fanning me the whole time I walked up to the temple. It was worth it for a dollar each I thought. I have my very own "fan" club. It was a very steep climb up to the temple, 165 steps, had to stop half way. Arrived at the top. ...
... cat. Any way I wasn't sick, although I got some interesting looks from the other "whitees" who were traveling on the boat. Went to the bath room before reboarding the boat. All these houses are up on water. You walk around the side of the building, there is the WC, open the door and there is a hole in the floor with the river flowing underneath you. Add's new meaning to watching the world go by. Back on the river saw more fishing traps and people netting fish. The ...