Mai House Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... siblings while mothers are busy in the market. All the children appear to be happy to talk and greet foreigners with smiles and great excitement at the introduction of any form of clowning
Kep is also relaxing without the pressure of touts trying to sell you things. Certainly stall holders tempt you and there are always Tuk Tuk drivers vying for a fare but nobody gets offended by your refusal to take ...
... lunch was set out. We had been told to expect Vietnamese lunch, but this exceeded expectations. Rice and noodles, soup, veggies, pork, eggs and tofu had all been prepared by the chef in a tiny kitchen at the rear of the boat. It was a fantastic meal. After lunch, Erica mentioned that she had eaten at same meal everyday, for weeks, and still found herself looking forward to it. We had a little more time in the boat to relax as the boat made its way south. This island ...
... to almost 30 seconds in length, presumably in an attempt to justify its existence. As someone else put it, 'that will, at least, provide a couple of extra jobs!'. From the airport we were joined in our shuttle bus by another older couple from Brisbane whom Helen, in a fit of nervous excitement talked at 100mph to from the word go, while I marvelled at the infrastructural progress that had been made on the island. The majority of the roads were now sealed and there seemed to be ...
... spicy chicken sandwhich, the owners used to manage Rikitikitaki an up market guesthouse in the middle of town. They've migrated the excellent menu. There's three pizzas restaurants where pizzas come in dreamily happy, happy special, and happy happy flavours. If you go extra happy three slices will write you off for two days. We're told. We made use of the pool and happy hour before bed. Following a very lazy midweek Wednesday we woke on Thursday wanting to fill the day. We ...
... pool and a well stocked bar.
After spending the afternoon strolling around the small town in the drizzle (and feeling sorry for myself because I felt ill!) I was pretty much all out of things to do! So I decided to head back to the hostel, relax in the bar and come up with a plan for the following day.I ended up chatting to two people in the bar later on in the evening and they mentioned there was a National park nearby called Boko National Park ...