Don Bosco Hotel School
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... extremely satisfied. We spend two nights in the bungalow and booked our boat trip to Koh Rong Island,
The boat left at 9am and it was a 2 hr boat ride. Boat was full of young people and back backs. We left our roller bags at Papa Pippo’s, where we planned on staying on our return and only took our small back packs. Thank goodness- there are no roads on the island, no cars and only sand tracks. It would have been hell trying ...
Leaving our desert island today. After a last cup of tea on our terrace we say goodbye to all the staff who have all looked after us very well. The boat leaves at 8.45, speed across the bay to the other jetty where we wade of with our luggage. There are quite a few people already waiting. We watch a dog just sitting in the water, turns out he was waiting for the ferry! A catamaran arrives, apparently ...
... chilling on the beach, reading, swimming... For lunch we ordered lots of chips, onion rings, nachos...greasy English food to satisfy our cravings! And for dinner we all had a BBQ on the beach (veggie for me!). Lots of big celebrations, with fireworks and Chinese lanterns into the night. I'm glad to have experienced a Christmas away from home, but nothing beats a family ...
... found a street food place. On the menu you could choose snails, but we went for the fried noodles with fish. It was unusual when the waitress said that there were no noodles. We continued to walk down the road and found a small cafe that looked ok. We ordered a curry with rice and noodles. The food was delicious but the owners were really pushy trying to sell us activities. That night we headed back to the room shattered and soon fell ...
... situation, I could see he wasn't entirely there.
"Dude, what happened?" he asked in a slow, drawling American accent.
"I had a motorbike accident" I replied, "came off the back".
"Oh…no way…that's too bad. Did you break anything?"
"No, I don't think so."
"Did you take any painkillers yet?"
"Yeah, just had some ibuprofen."
"Oh, ok. 'Cause I was gonna say that I have some Tramadol, if you want Tramadol."
"No, I'm OK thanks, I just ...