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... his day had been. I guess, no one had really talked to him either, so he was very happy to talk. He called me to his table, and we said cheers and started talking. His name was Oove (?) and he was a German. He had been living in Koh Chang in Thailand for the last seven years. Before that he had worked across the world, in Asia, North and South America and of course, Europe. He had finally settled in Asia, and had not visited Germany for the last five years. ...
... but in the last two months they have clamped down and there are big fines if you don't have the correct license, so Graeme is the only one with that, not worth the risk as police are really hammering tourists.
Its the perfect place to finish off our time in Vietnam, since we don't have to do anything more strenuous than wake up swim and eat,drink - nice alternative to the ...
We had a crazy mini van trip from Sihanoukville to Kampot. Traffic in a motorway is an adventure, we are glad to be alive :-) Kampot is a small and quiet French style city on the river. We visited salt fields, a very nice organic pepper farm, a fishing village and a very interesting Tample in a cave dated before Angkor Wat. Funny guide prepared by the pot-pats living here: ...
... my T-shirt and put on more deodorant!
The flight to Phu Quoc was short, as soon as we were told we could use electronic devices on the plane, we were told to switch them off again as we were starting our descent! It was fascinating flying out over Ho Chi Minh City though, with the exception of just a few small parks in the city, every square inch has been built on, haphazardly, or concreted over.
A short taxi ride from the ...
We headed to the southern coast of Cambodia to hang out on the beaches a bit. Our first stop was a small island called Rabbit Island which was about 1/2 hour off the coast. It reminded us of Ilha do Mel in Brazil. There was only one main beach with bungalows. They didn't have electricity or internet and it was very rustic but thats what made it special. We got a grass ...
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