Independence Hotel, Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Lasciamo Siem Reap per andare in una località di mare, sempre in Cambogia: Sihanoukville.
L'idea è quella di passare gli ultimi 5 giorni al mare, anche se sappiamo benissimo che questa per loro è la stagione delle piogge e il tempo generalmente è brutto.
E così infatti è, in questi 5 giorni abbiamo visto ogni tanto qualche raggio di …
... next day was a Sunday. We went to a place called Epic Arts Cafe for breakfast. We didn't realise until we went in that it was a bit of a special place. It was originally set up for deaf and disabled people to hang out and work in. To order you fill out a form, rather than try and work out the sign language for a BLT and iced coffee. Throughout the menu there are little snippets of sign language to help you learn it, although I think I only went as far as asking for the ...
... we were all looking forward to getting there so we could relax and have some time on the beach. 24th July - today we spent the day at an absolutely beautiful beach. The water is perfectly clear and perfect temperature. We have been very lucky with the weather so far and today was no exception. We had some lovely food and met some local girls who put a hair braid in my hair for me and made me a bracelet. Their English was incredible- she explained she goes to night ...
... so we checked out of Island Boys and stayed in a bungalow far from all the noise on the beach and up in the woods, overlooking it all. It was very peaceful and quite and the views were stunning. That day was just a chill day and didn't do much other than eat. We found a very unique restaurant to have a beach bbq at. They were unique as they had a projector showing one of the Wolverine movies. Our last morning in Koh Rong was finally a sunny one. Quick tanning session and we were ...
... about buying 2 sarongs, as we needed beach towels, but they were too heavy and bulky to carry in our bags, so Edd's bright idea was to get sarongs instead. They wanted $8 for a piece of cloth with no seam. Ludicrous. One lady even argued with him that he was rude because he refused to pay the exorbitant prices. His argument was that it would be far cheaper in Thailand. He response was that her 'sarongs' (glorified pieces of brightly coloured, unhemmed cloth) came from ...