Golden Sand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After a quick strong coffee made by Oksanna herself it was time to say my goodbyes again. As I shook her hand to say goodbye we then had a gentle hug.. She is one classy Russian. A late tuk tuk again took me and a Canadian guy from outside the travel agent to the bus station. The bus was packed with even little plastic chairs in the isle.. As we're got about halfway to the Thai border the bloody bus broke ...
** I originally had swear words in here but it wouldn't publish it unless i took them out!! Fricken hell!! This is a hot, sweaty, tired and frustrated travellers *****y rant!!! I was excited to get to my first beach on this trip and I only had to travel 80km to get there! So I began at 830 this morning ... A 10 min motorcycle ride to kampot, a "taxi" that should have taken 1-1.5 ...
... and Marilyn's flight wasn't for another two hours so they couldn't check in yet so we headed for Burger King to eat and say our goodbyes. After an emotional farewell me and Noel were on our Air Asia flight to Bangkok. My nerves were back, I was very upset and about half way in I looked out the window as saw LIGHTENING!!! I was very scared. We made it in one piece at 6.30pm. On arrival at the airport you need to get a ...
... sent the phosphorescence sparkling everywhere. On Friday we had to say goodbye to the beautiful Samloem and we spent the morning doing what we'd done since we got here...absolutely nothing. Since arriving on these islands I've nearly read a whole book...it's like a proper book too not chick lit, I think it's probably the 2nd proper book I have ever read in my whole life (after memoirs of a geisha), I've enjoyed it too, some people say travelling changes you perhaps this is what's happening to ...
... we arrive at our new abode, a small bungalow made of straw between the jungle and seafront. We enjoy the sunset in the refreshing waters of the Gulf of Thailand. The sky is on fire; it beautifully contrasts with the turquoise colour of the sea. We end the night enjoying the peace and quiet in the hammocks on our balcony. The waves sing us to sleep with their sweet lullaby. Peace out, ...