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... leads through the bungalows to the river with a seating area and a small swimming pool. We checked in and took a walk to the beach which is just across the road (Otres 1 beach) and there are hotels/restaurants all along the beach with seating and loungers right on the edge of the beach! It feels like walking aling a private beach, it's so quiet, relaxing and serene, absolute paradise! I facetimed with Roz then my Mum which was lovely then we went for ...
After the worlds worst nights sleep, due to the heat and noise we had to walk to the ferry building to book our tickets. Typical team **** style we were told that the 12pm ferry actually had a 3 hour lay over on the other island - this seemed like an absolute nightmare - so we had to upgrade our tickets to the fast ferry. Tor and I debated whether we should get the 12pm ferry or the 3pm one, naturally I won and we decided on the 3pm ferry so we ...
... enjoying a nearby fan.
He came back successful, if we'd walked another 20 metres after being in the pharmacy, we'd have see the bank. Drat. It was closed anyway though, so had made no difference. He did inform me of the hospital he'd done a little detour in. He'd apparently gone inside some of the buildings and found people lying in the passages, some lying outside on hammocks and discovered revolting toilets. His summary: 'if you get sick, don't go ...
... refreshing, but it was a bit like swimming in a bath, or like someone had pee’d in the water. It was over 30 degrees and cooler outside of it.
I got out the sea and was gawked at by the staff / male family members, we’re still not sure. They made inappropriate comments and I rushed to get my towel around me. One was eating and got up out his seat to get a better look; Edd asked him if anything was the matter, I told him ...
beautiful and as the minutes passed the early daw gave us a visual treat of
different colours, and all the time illuminating the temple tops of Angkor Wat
in the same way that many a postcard has previously depicted, only difference was
that we were there for real and not on a postcard.
This moment would have been a perfect -time and place to sit
back on a rock and meditate on the awesomeness of these temples, which until a
few minutes ago had been ...