Malibu Estates Bungalows Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... that the guy was swimming out by one of the floating docks inside the marked boye area and was ran over by the speed boat. Everyone was in shock and bummed out after that happened. Eventually we got a game of beach volleyball going which was a blast. It was Cannada day so us and the other 6 Canadians started playing beers bee which later lead to beer pong. It turned out to be a really fun night. We had 90 people shot gun a beer for Canada day and before we shot gunned we sang the ...
... vein, but I imagine that my suggestion would fall on deaf ears.
I stepped off the bus, negotiated with an enthusiastic tuk-tuk driver and 15 minutes later I was arriving at the guesthouse the French woman had recommended to me. It looked pretty decent, built primarily out of bamboo and wood and surrounded by grazing land being tended to by ravenous cattle with bells around their necks that tinkled away ineffectually in the warm early evening. The area would have ...
... flooded streets and fat rain drops. Our bag rain covers, rain coats and umbrellas came in handy! We booked two nights at Two Moons resort. We are staying in a beautiful Khmer style house, which is like a tree house with four rooms and a shared bathroom. No A/C but we have a pretty powerful ceiling fan. We also have a selection of four legged friends such as gekkos, frogs and I have just seen a pretty large lizard looking at me from behind a wooden beam. Mosquito nets ...
Phu Quoc is a tiny island off the coast of Vietnam and is less touristy than other places we had visited although that's all due to change. They've built a massive airport which is currently a ghost town but resorts are in the midst of being built and proper infrastructure is being built so this place will be totally different in a couple of years. It was great to see it still relatively untouched. We went to the local fish market and had great fresh fish for ...
... in a week and a half', but this could not be any further from the truth. We're very lucky that we've had enough time to take it slow and visit the less touristed areas, as well as the famous sites - it's made us better understand and appreciate the country, more than we thought we would.
So next stop, Kuala Lumpur. Our first major city since Bangkok and to say we are excited is an understatement, especially as our reason for visiting is the F1 Grand Prix in a weeks ...