Barali Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... always a good sign you are not getting scammed! We had an amazing day snorkeling in crystal clear waters and spotted hundreds of tropical fish and the incredible coral reefs they inhabit. Delicious Thai green curry lunch followed by pineapple and watermelon served by the crazy Thai/Cambodian crew who loved to play UB40 at full volume at each stop!
Back on the island we decided to book our onward journey to Cambodia leaving on Sunday 17 May... Watch this space folks x
... to 2-3 billion from the current 7-8. Hopefully not, but thirty years ago I read a book MIDDLE AGE NEXT VENTUR by Roberto Vacca that reached the same conclusions in case there was a major power failure in the Western world, dependent on electricity.Hopefully none of this should happen.In the book there are also interesting theories that the planet would be in fact ruled by ...
... get much harder and steeper the next 7 hours it was a good moment to decide. Maria had to wait for ten minutes for another guide to pick her up and bring her down which happened as we found out later. We went on and on and on and on and up real steep until around 1 when we stopped for lunch and a swim at a waterfall. We were all completely drenched with sweat and it was great to fresh up. Of course it was all real beautiful as the nature is in the jungle here. Saw some interesting trees ...
Rach and I were woken up at 7am by my dreaded alarm (which I snoozed twice before we finally got up in the oven which was our beach hut for 5 nights). We had our standard cold shower and avoided the tiny bin in the corner as it was swarming with pacts of ants. We paid our bill for 5 nights accommodation, food and drink which was 4100B (approx £70 ) and said goodbye to Malai (the owner) and started our 10 minute trek up the beach with our heavy backpacks until we reached ...
... with turquoise waters, backed by palm trees and that's Koh Kood. It's also fairly undiscovered so the tourist infrastructure is basic (apart from some very fancy honeymoon style resorts which were obviously out of our price range!). We'd booked our accommodation in advance of arriving on the island as most of the resorts cater to package tourists so the number of backpacker options are fairly limited. Our bungalow was situated a 5 minute walk from the beach along ...