Mai House Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... who invaded, the Khmer Rouge who's last hideout was in these mountains and all of the land mines planted when the Vietnamese tried to take over. These mountains have quite the interesting story to tell. They had been closed to all visitors for over 30 years... And had just recently been cleared of land mines and paved a road for access, as such we are able to hike up in these mountains and ruins.
We stop for lunch at a waterfall which sadly as we are in dry ...
... than the threat of a bad tip. We definitely had fun and will be leaving a good review. We also tipped Erica; she benefits less from a good review than the dive company does as a whole and she seems very appreciative of the recognition. After changing, back at the hotel, we took our scooters up north to a part of this island called Cua Can. Although there were a few resorts up here, the majority of this long stretch of beach was undeveloped and almost completely ...
... up. The place was empty, but we sat on balcony just cause it was quieter, and ordered a jug of beer. A called called Stef I met on tinder, and her friend came and joined us. And luckily they were absolutely sound. I spent the rest of the night talking to Stef, and Julie to her friend. We drank lots more, and God knows what time we left. Me and Stef tries to run off in secret to Top Banana to have a balloon, saying we were "going to the toilet". As it is literally just across ...
... but who generously wished to contribute to our stay at Mango Bay. I'm afraid it called for a sharper mind than mine to keep this a secret from Helen. Indeed, any plans to surprise Helen on the day were to prove more tricky than usual. Anniversary Day I devised a strict plan of activities for our anniversary that were to prove surprisingly difficult to stick to but were laid out as follows: Breakfast (surprise Helen with flowers? Check!); swim; shower; couples massage (not a ...
... smiles because you did something strange that they thought funny, they smiled when you helped them setting up water filters or played with their kids. The land of eternal smiles I thought. But behind their smiles lays an apathy to life, to the environment, to politics, to pride. Yes pride, I believe that Cambodians think they have nothing to be proud off - a poor country with corrupt government officials and a more or less lawless society. Cambodians ...