Stung Sangka Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... into a trough rocking unpleasantly. Most of us by now had the life *********** the benches and had discovered with the straps as they were, tightly adjusted to fit a bench, they would not fit us. The straps were numerous and difficult to adjust in the rocking boat. Older son had by now with the paddle turned the prow into the wind so the boat was wallowing less but pitching more thus reducing the water coming over the side. Father had the engine hatch up ...
... whoever is telling us this as you get told nothing by the organisers! Going through another swarm of men once we got off of that minibus, we tend to walk off for some space and find someone who isn't pestering us which today worked to our advantage. A very well English spoken 24 year old Cambodian guy helped us with our bags onto his brothers tuk tuk. He studied English Monday - Friday and agriculture at uni on weekends. He had never left Battambang in his ...
... we left the cave, we met one of the guys from the bamboo train on a motorbike. Aleks decided to save himself the hassle and got a lift with him whilst Paul and I finished the walk. The heat of the day mixed with downpour meant the roads steamed in the rain. At the top we found a shrine, a small temple, a viewpoint looking out across the lush plains and a large group of monkeys. Thoroughly soaked, we took a little time to relax and enjoy the view with a monkey sat on a nearby perch. ...
... had flat tyre), but he got to work with the missionary brother and they did town map. He enjoyed it and was able to place all his Watchtowers and most of his tracts - so have to reload for tomorrow!
Over the next few months we have a number of publishers returning to their country (mostly for work). The missionary couple have their trip back to England for two months, another elder and his wife are going back to Japan from July-September, another elder and ...
... dried up. This is also their supply for drinking water. The first place we made a stop was at a private family home that makes the rice paper sheets for fresh spring rolls and fried spring rolls. All done by hand. Grandmother and grand daughter working together. See video. It was interesting to see these green oranges. They were green on the outside, but orange on the inside and very sweet. Also very large pineapples. Also as we traveled along the ...