Cassia Cottage - The Spice House
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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 think if either of us got in a ring with a muy Thai boxer, regardless his size, we would end up a bloody mess. Back at the hostel we cleaned up and headed down for the "Monday madness" at the hostel. The happy hour deal was for every dollar spent on food then a beer would be free. We ordered an Indian dish of chicken masala, spinach and cheese curry, lentils, and some naan. Coming in at $7 we had 7 beers to go with it. Since we haven't been drinking a lot throughout the trip, after ...
... that her thought she was the most beautiful girl in the world - she wasn't, and so I made it categorically clear that I was merely the messenger! All of this, meant for a far more entertaining evening than that which the 'football' on the big screen would otherwise have allowed for! Paradise revisited A recurring theme of the trip has become Helen's apparent insistence on testing my resolve by overcomplicating what would otherwise be stress free situations. Thus it would not be ...
... knew their first names and hotel name so we walked along the main road looking for it in the dark asking everyone along the way and ended up walking too far and had to go back. I was going through passports with the receptionist to find which room they were in, it was very long winded but we found them and went for a curry, such a lovely evening and day sun bathing finally! Tomorrow will be more of the ...
... and the leg work. He waits with visas ready at the stamping booths while you physically walk out and then in. This is nothing new and with our few passengers the process would be quick. We paid up, twice. We ignored the sign for a medical queue, and the easiest land crossing so far followed - we were in Cambodia, first stop Phnom Penh. Another three hours on the road and we were dropped in the centre of the city. No pickups, no livestock, no rice. Only used to the dropped part, we ...