Spring Valley Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... was holding our passports in her hands and proceeded to put them in a drawer than lock them up. She again told us to pay and we started raising our voices by saying "we don't want to stay, give us back our passports!". In my head I was a split second away from jumping over the counter to grab the key out of the girl's hand to open up the drawer that had our passports in it. Luckily for them, they returned the passports that instant. This for sure was not a language barrier as they knew ...
so fortunate. There is no “easy” option
for them and many remain uneducated until their teens. Some will go to Malaysia to work as cooks and
nannies. They can earn a much better
wage than in Cambodia and also learn English.
Another major hindrance to the education system in Cambodia
is a lack of teachers. It was only 35
years ago that one third of the Khmer people were massacred by the Pol ...
... move so fast! The sponges were sticky- I never knew this and there were fish hiding in them as I moved them around. It was so amazing. I was definitely more relaxed this time and it was over too soon! As we went back up to Long beach I was so proud of myself and so glad that I had plucked up the courage to do it. Not sure what I will do next though, it's a really expensive hobby an to do my diving course is at least £200 but if I don't do it I will be missing out on ...
One of the main reasons for choosing to spend six months in South-East Asia was due to watching the Rick Stein series 'Far Eastern Odyssey' when it first aired in 2009. Two of the locations highlighted by the show were Kampot and Kep in southern Cambodia and our final stop off on the Cambodia leg of our trip was a visit both of these places.
We started out in Kampot, which is best known for its pepper plantations, Kampot pepper has the same classification as ...
... went to the resort to drink something with a teacher and the deaf cooks. On Sunday I rented a motorbike and went to Kampot, to go to the big market and some local shops. Buffet - a student who also went with us to the beach - came with me. She helped me to get the real prices of everything I wanted to buy. But still I didn't really found what I was looking for. We also went to drink something in a little local bar and straight ...