Independence Hotel, Resort & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Started to feel ill early hours of this morning, I had to brave the walk down to the bottom of the hill to the toilets with my head torch on, I woke Scott up in the process of trying to open the door fiddling with the pad lock; so he watched me incase a bogey monster came after me because it was still dark! Haha. By the time I had come out of the toilet is was light. Yeah... I'm that ill! I felt dizzy and faint, the heat ...
... Day 3 - We spent the morning enjoying Long Beach and in the afternoon got the boat back round to the main beach on the island, Aline did the trek through the jungle, but we didn't fancy it with our bags and just flip flops. We enjoyed the evening on our balcony, drinking the vodka Helin had given me for my birthday. Day 4 - It was time to leave Koh Rong, it was amazing but it was time to for hot showers and wifi. The boat journey back was treacherous to say the least, ...
So yesterday was one of those dad days in a travellers world that I've learned to expect from time to time. You may laugh at me but travelling can be stressful. You've got to keep your wits about you, patience, tolerance, watch your expectations, trust, follow your gut, ...
... Sunset Bungalows'. The French traditionally eat a big meal on Christmas Eve rather than Christmas Day, so keeping with their tradition they'd prepared four French style courses, bruschetta, cold meats with pickles and salad, coq au vin, and crepes with mango jam. Christmas Day was spent chilling on the beach. Christmas dinner was another four course meal costing $12 per person, a lot more money than we were used to, but it was still good value considering the service and amount ...
Up we rose and went for breakfast next door in White Rose. We then set off on your mission through the jungle to the other side of the island to Long Beach. We got told it was an hour hike through the jungle to get to the beach, and as the sign said, follow the red marks and flip flops to get there. It was hard work at times, actually having to use rope to help yourself up and down rocks. We were sweaty messes by the end but ...