Golden Sand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... into his ride doing a 180 - 20 mins into it just to pick up another fricken passenger! "Just two mins lady, just two minutes!" ... Impossible! 4.5 hours later which included a switcharoo of cars and another motorcycle I got to one of my pits tops. Then I had to wait three hours for the next ferry! Still 2.5 hours to go on this thing .... Then I get to lug around my luggage In Search ...
It's the 1st December so that means that we were aloud to enter Vietnam on our visa. It's also the start of the xmas countdown where everyone back home could open their personalised advent calendars. We woke up at 6.15am to have breakfast before our bus pick up to Vietnam. We filled ourselves up on the amazing breakfast for the last time. We've loved this place. After breakfast we headed up to the room to pack, then back down to the lobby ...
... training and development. The hospital http://www.skmh.org/ is located about 7 km outside the town of Kampot. It specializes in care for women and children with medical care being free for the poor. There are about 8 or so foreign staff here, most of them volunteers. On November 6, the hospital will open its maternity ward enabling women to have their babies here. Our midwifes are busy training Cambodian midwifes and I had the pleasure to be a ...
... the Khmer Rouge, which took place from 1975-1979. To be honest, the day was nothing like what we had expected. When you arrive you are given an audio tour, which guided you around the entire site and explains each stop in detail. I've learnt so much about the Khmer Rouge today, which I'm really glad about because it's an important historic event that everyone should be educated on just like the world wars. The killing fields were very similar to visiting a ...
... to be accepted in Cambodia. Sometimes, it appeared that people (including the children) were play fighting, but it was tough to know for sure. Looking back, Cambodia was a fun experience and the rainy season didn't really impact us that much.
After Kampot, we took a 5 and a half hour bus ride back to Phnom Penh, waited a couple hours and then took another long bus ride (7 hours) direct to our next stop, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.