Spring Valley Resort
Travel Blogs from Kep
... of their way. We made a stop for fresh sugar cane juice and pastries then continued on our way to the waterfalls. Just before making it to the waterfalls Corey's bike's chain fell off. The guides just gave Corey a new bike and he was back on the road. Once we got to the waterfall Tanner realized the key was missing to his bike so he couldn't turn it off. Again the guides just said don't worry and we went off to enjoy the waterfall swim area. The tour provided beer and drinks for ...
... of the younger ones,
not beating them up.
On silence day at Hariharalaya I went for a short walk to
the village. As I walked past the
primary school, lots of the kids in the classrooms came running to the windows
to wave and yell hello. Some of the younger
grades were on recess and a group of four girls, probably 7 years old came
running out of the school yard yelling “hello!
What is your name?” ...
Where to start?! Yesterday was a bit of a crazy day. Alex and I woke up bright and early at 7 to be ready for our 8.30 tour of Kampot and Kep. We sat downstairs for a relaxing breaky (I could only manage a baguette and Nutella as I still wasn't feeling 100%) with plenty of time before our tour. However a very rare event occurred. The "tour guide" was early! The whole month we have been in Cambodia not once has anyone been on time let alone early. So we rushed ...
We did a research this week about 'How to increase the absorbing and memorizing of the subject material during class?'. So on Monday we started to make a final schedule and write down some observations. We needed to interview our managers about the way they teach and the material they use during class. Tuesday we also did a survey with the students of the classes we will use for our final intervention.
After we collected this data, we analyzed and visualized it to get a proper ...
... pleaded for $22. I again explained my position, “No.” He finally, grudgingly, relented to the actual ******* price. While this was going on the rest of the tourists were literally herded into a small room where they paid $1 for a “health check”. This involved getting a piece of paper. Lauren had discovered this was optional so we avoided it by just walking past it. A half hearted attempt was made to step in front of us and gesture into ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet