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... on the beach, I still have one thing that, aside from my passport, will always prove my Irishness and that's my white Irish ****.
Yes they happen. Not too often to ruin the trip but often enough that I've to keep a constant ear out for anything that sounds odd with the bike although most of the time I ignore it, sing louder and hope it goes away.
1. Sore ass.
Oh yes, a few hours most days in a not-so ...
After some breakfast this morning I went on my tour to the top of Bokor mtn. I thought it was going to be in a tuk tuk but no I was crammed into a van with other tourists and headed for the hills. Bokor mtn was built by the French many years ago and was used as a stronghold during the wars with Vietnam and during the Khmer Rouge years. It has a most impressive view of the gulf of Thailand and the Kampot/Kep areas. At the top there's a old Buddhist church,an ...
Leaving a rainy Kep behind us we set off for Vietnam with Mr Chen, our tuk tuk driver. It was about 40km to the border so took a little over an hour. We saw some beautiful scenery with huge limestone formations jutting out of otherwise completely flat rice paddies. As we approached the border the rice paddies turned to flat mud fields, which Mr. Chen informed us are filled with sea water and left to evaporate ...
... At the booking office there were signs everywhere for a place called Phu Quoc. We’d read about Phu Quoc as a paradise island, an up and coming holiday destination that wasn’t to be missed but we thought the only way to get there was to fly from Saigon which would be both too expensive and time-consuming. There it was though, a 6 hour bus and boat for £12 to this treasured retreat. Our minds were made up!
Next stop – Phu Quoc, stay tuned. ...
... Vietnamese dong. On the other
hand, we still had to pay $12 for the two nights we spent at the
hotel and $18 for the bus ticket to Kep in Cambodia, so we had to
withdraw money. None of the two ATM machines in town allowed us to
withdraw money. Fortunately, dollars are accepted throughout Vietnam
and we made sure not to exchange all our dollars into local currency
so we are not stranded.