Cassia Cottage - The Spice House
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- Minbar in room
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Phu Quoc Island - this was the last stop of the trip, for 4 nights of rest and relaxation. PQ was always going to be for R & R, that's how it was planned after all the late nights and early mornings.
We travelled from Can Tho via plane and when we arrived it was late afternoon, windy, high humidity and overcast. This was to set the …
... I take I seem to end back at the durian roundabout. I haggle for some fruit and a small banana bread and perch myself on a bench facing the river. It's absolute harmony as I sit and soak in the sun, the sound of the river and for once my quiet surroundings.
Until.. The tuktuk driver of the night before has found me.. Uh oh. He said he better not see us again and here I am all alone..
He comes and sits beside me in the bench, apologizes and continues to talk to ...
... to see. She has hand signs for all of them so that she can point them out while underwater. We learn that the first site was called Nudibranch Garden. The Nudibranch is a snail like creature that lives in the coral. At the second dive site, we gear up again and this time go straight to the bottom, this time about 25' down. The coral here, at Turtle a Island, is much more impressive than the first site. The variety of shapes and colors is tremendous. There are also so ...
... for the free yoga session on our first evening, which I refused to allow myself to be put through and so made my way to the bar for happy hour cocktails. Having made my selection I placed myself out on the newly constructed deck overlooking the sunset and veered away from a nasty looking centipede that found my chair irresistible and an even nastier looking spider that appeared to rear up on its back legs to give me particularly evil looks! Later, when Helen joined me, the German ...
... come to the hospital are from the countryside where neither sanitation nor sufficient clean water exists, they have to be taught how to use a squat toilet and how to use showers.
And while we are at it, talking about Cambodian hospitals that is, I am referencing some of Coates observations on the Cambodian Health system which most likely have not changed much since she wrote about it in 2003.
It is the undeniable portrait of a ...