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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... seemed like hours we finally found him! And by the way, the name of the place Jackie had written down for us was nothing like the name that was on the sign, which ended in something like porn :-/ You'll be glad to hear there was no porn, or happy ending involved! Just me being pushed, pulled, twisted, and cracked by a 5 tonne blind sumo wrestler, whilst Amelia enjoyed her soothing massage by a petite blind Thai lady. We spent the evening searching through endless street stalls, ...
... crazy! We spent a good hour out on the river before heading back to catch our bus and after a 6 hour mini bus journey we have reached Phnom Penh. We have just been to see The Killing Fields at a small cinema in thel centre. The story was really interesting however the quality, effects and acting were exceptionally poor! I guess it was made in the 1940's though! Just another 3 hour to kill until it's time to leave. I guess the only thing we can do is go and have a beer... Gem x ...
... and ready for sleep. This wasn't to be the end of our day unfortunately. At 12:30 at night someone woke us trying to get in our room, whilst I could hear a guy saying "wrong hotel, wrong room" they kept on trying, I ended up getting up and opening door to find an old white guy with two Thai hookers trying to get in our room, needless to say they had a few drinks in em, after apologising they made there way to the correct hotel and we finally got some ...
I have had a couple of emails this morning, it seems there wont be many travelling to Australia now
only one person was able to get a flight on the 6th, 5 people managed to get flights for the 7th, the rest are now considering what to do next, pull out and go home or continue with the trip, our illustrious leader is leaving in Bali, her job is now finished, her and her 'item' are going off to do their own ...
In The House of the Dead (a semi-autobiographical novel about his time imprisoned in Siberia), Dostoevsky suggests that the constraints of a compulsory life are difficult for the educated man to bear. I would agree with this, as I imagine would many who wear white collars to work and are required to be present during specified hours each week. My life here is anything but compulsory, but it has lacked a certain structure, which is also slightly unsettling, ...