Mai House Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in France was having the same problem but was able to watch the game via skyping her parents and having them out the camera of the computer on the tv. So, bear with me, she skyped me on her iPad which she then positioned to face her computer that was skyping the game back from California. A three way Skype and it was success. Justin had stumbled into the room right after halftime and said he was still feeling a little woozy from the prior days ...
... Ben and his bike. When we got to the bottom of the beach, we rewarded ourselves with a coconut each, which was wonderfully refreshing and delicious. We sat on the (newly installed) white sand and took turns going in to the sea. The water is well-warmed by the sun but cooler currents occasionally wash past you underneath the surface. Ben met a jovial pair of guys: one local and one from South Korea. The Korean man was explaining (Ben thinks) that ...
... his hospitals.
Angkor Hospital for Children opened in 1999 through the non-profit Friends Without a Border. Expatriate doctors and nurses at the hospital routinely see cases they only read about in school – land mine injuries, typhoid, tuberculosis, malaria, dengue fever and hemorrhagic shock. Most Cambodia medical students can’t afford textbooks, so “the teacher just lectures and the students just listen and take notes” ...
... then for good in 1972, as The Khmer Rouge took over the area. During the Vietnamese invasion in 1979, Khmer Rouge entrenched themselves and held on tightly for months. The Vietnamese garrisoned the Catholic Church. A recently as the early 1990s Bokor Hill was still one of the last strongholds of Khmer Rouge and the grass huts of the soldiers families can still be seen falling back into the ground. It's rained heavily every day since our arrival and three inches fell overnight. ...
... We had to say goodbye to Adrian. Before coming to Vietnam he'd been living and working in Australia for about a year and had just planned to visit Vietnam, then return to Australia to travel around before heading home to Germany. He was definitely the crazy one in our group (in case you hadn't guessed) and we knew it would feel weird without him. So, at about 8am we exchanged goodbyes as he got onto the bus and waved him off, promising that we'd all see him some time in the ...