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 …
... kayaking and chess and Kate and I were constantly harassed by ladies asking if we wanted a massage, any form of hair removal or to buy a bracelet. One girl went with the bold selling technique of telling Kate if she didn't buy one it meant she hated Cambodia. I guess Kate hates Cambodia. There were a few restaurants on Otres beach, where we were staying, but most of the action at night happened in Sihanoukville itself - a fifteen minute tuk-tuk ride away. We went ...
... we know nearby and we need the wifi to figure out our game plan. We order lunch and begin to catch up with everything. We also decide on a place to stay. Some place called hills something. I don't know, Will is arranging this. After our meal we cross over to the travel agent and inquire about transportation to Siem Reap for tomorrow. We come to find out all buses are fully booked and we would have to wait a couple days, then the bus takes 14 hours to get there. We ...
... together chatting about everyone's travel plans, experiences and future journeys. It's amazing, when you travel, how quickly you make friends with people. In a more 'normal' environment, it could take at least 6 months to a year even, before you've formed a good friendship with someone new. Dinner plans are met with hesitation and anxiety, people take bottles of wine as gifts, the conversation is light and then you leave at a ...
... shadow or a light glow holding the last light of the fading sun. The muted, red moon hung in the East, unobscured.
Several people past by us unaware. Then a couple stopped, followed our gaze and looked above the ridge of the hills. "Oh, my Gosh!" “Is that the eclipse?” I love the Australian accent! Of course, people have been identifying us as American immediately by our accent. (We never thought ...