Chen Sea Resort & Spa Phu Quoc
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... mind was working...), but so enjoyable and so interesting. I have definitely learnt so much. It will make me appreciate the nhs so much - we are so lucky with how much we have access to. The people we have met have made it even more enjoyable, I honestly couldn't have asked for a better group of people around us, the doctors taught us so much, and I had a little tear in my eye when we left in the tuk tuk!
I've included a few pictures :) I hope it helps give an idea of what we got up to ...
Otres Beach in southern Cambodia is a tourist beach with sling loads of foreign young people reveling, recovering in the morning and reveling yet again. We elderly folks, lacking dreadlocks and tattoos, were a minority group and though we are not prone to “party” in the aforementioned way, (when did party become a verb?) still made good use of the sun, sand and ocean. It is instructive to note that we, the aged, mostly had the place to ourselves in ...
So after Hoi An I boarded a flight for my first taste of Cambodia, first stop the south to a place called Sihanoukville and a quiet beach called Otres. It was a bit of a long day to get there totalling 13 hrs, but my friends chad and Emily as well as Cristina and Michael were there to hang out with. I wasn't sure how long I'd spend there, as usual I only booked 2 nights so I could get outta there if I didn't ...
... loose stool for awhile we thought we should test our luck again. After a couple of different stops, a local restaurant finally accepted us to sit and eat. It was kind of a humbling experience because it gave us the true feeling of what it's like to be a minority. Something that every white male should experience at some point in their lifetime. After being seated we could feel all the eyes of the locals just observing us and speaking about us in khmer. ...