Thien Hai Son
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and arrived safely in port where we paid to get a transfer to the hotel by another minibus. On the ferry we got talking to a couple from New Zealand who hadn't booked any accommodation and were just going to turn up at any hotel and see if they had rooms. They asked where we had booked and asked if they could tag along, we said that was fine with us but couldn't guarantee what the place will be like. We got dropped off and we have a bungalow that is 100 yards from the ...
... the side of the mountain until you hit the top. The views of Kampot and the surrounding area provide plenty of ammunition for the photographers within any group.
Apparently Boko National Park was once home to a French hill station, complete with a grand four-story hotel. However, the whole village was abandoned in the 1970's when the Khmer Rouge infiltrated the area, thus turning the area into a ghost town ever since. However, there is an ongoing project ...
... to see my passport, I contemplated not saying anything at all on the whim he may not actually check the date and just stamp me out, and if pulled up just be like "oh, oh dear I didn't know....". But however possible I soon deemed it ridiculously unlikely, so in the end I mentioned it off the bat in a non chalont fashion... " I say old boy, one was a little delayed whilst attempting to reach this fine but far flung outpost.... ". OK so I didn't exactly say ...
... any people,once again,we're in heaven! It's "smokin hot"as we make our way down the beach around the first corner,and we come out to a long stretch of beach,with calm tranquil water,along with beach chairs and palapas,we are pretty sure we have found "position A",now we just need a room. Ian has recommended a place to look called Nhat Lan,so we cruise down the beach with that in mind,and drink in the peace and quiet,that we have been missing,even though we ...
... up another kid as an escort and together they led me up a rickety ladder, up a tree, up a cliff, over a natural rock bridge and then through a tangled grove to get to the cave entrance. This turned out to be right next to a giant flight of stairs. Their way was more fun though.
The cave itself was initially a little underwhelming featuring a half destroyed brick hut housing a “shiva-linga” (paired stalactite and stalagmite – in ...