Charm Churee Villa
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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... males from the audience. Unfortunately I was one of those males despite my protests. I was dragged into the changing rooms where things happened that I won't discuss. For the next four minutes I, along with five other unfortunate boys, were prancing around the stage dressed as a woman with a few ladyboys to Gangnam Style much to the audiences delight. Chelsea got a video of the whole thing which I'm make sure remains unseen! Who'd have thought my last few minutes as a ...
... I just go straight in and meet them. I got good vibes, they were very professional, I knew my instructor would be a young female, and they are rated number one on TripAdvisor, so I went for it! I would start the following evening - eek! Jasper, the co-founder, pointed us in the direction for some cheap but decent accommodation, and we were lucky to get the last room at J.D's for the night. Literally over the road from the beach, a nice spacious clean room with a balcony. We spent ...
... left in between. The next day we took a boat taxi to Koh Nang Yuan, which is a fantastic little island (actually a couple of islands) connected by sandbar. The first thing we did was climb up to the viewpoint on one of the islands and this looked out over the water, which was a really nice colour. After this, we went snorkelling on the left of the sandbar. The coral was pretty poor and dead in a lot of places, but the fish ...
... But then it really hit me.. Full ear infections with bleeding, sickness, migraines - Dengue fever. Ugh. The pharmacy gave me some medicine and told me to rest with lots of water and that's sadly about all you can do. Although I was too stubborn to simply take it.. I made my way anyways on the long journey to Cambodia.. 30 hours to go by boat and buses.. Figure I can recover while in transport, no?! ...
... but we all passed our written test and managed to complete our skills in the water, from removing our masks and cleaning them underwater, using a compass, safety stops, removing our tanks and weight belts, and the list goes on! By the fourth day we all agreed that we felt much more relaxed and all enjoyed the fourth and final fun dive - it really is another world down there! Kate enjoyed pretending to be a mermaid, Simon did not get bored of holding Jackie ...