Nirvana Resort & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Miracle last night, I met someone who was not attached to the phone- A Hungarian guy from Budapest who traveled first to India like me, also doing meditation and then spoke of his country and of their beloved leader Orban whose government took two-thirds of the votes and is hated by the international community because it is on the side of its citizens and not with the usual banks- A nice couple of Berlin at the beginning of their holiday, a month in Thailand- A Russian ...
... so it is still quite built up. The beach is still stunning and the water even warmer if that is possible! We have spent a couple of days here doing, you guessed it. Not alot!! We are planning on moving onto another island a bit further offshore tomorrow where it will hopefully be less built up and ...
... of fruit with muesli and yoghurt and a tea. Than we drive to Golden Beach where we had lunch and stayed until 2 pm, as the weather changed and there was a breeze we felt like driving to Klong Prao, where we could go for a long walk on the beach there. Just before we got a message from Maria with a funny picture of her walking into her office, poor Maria at work already ! Big kiss to you and Claudio. After we arrived and parked we walked about an hour and a half when we saw it was time to ...
... but wasn't quite fast enough with the snapsnaps First beach is really built up Bus pulls up, we get straight on a ferry and hit the mainland by 11:15. Just a spritely hour and three quarters til our bus comes for us. Third taxi before we can get up to the mini-township which kills half an hour "I am not perfect but I am a limited edition" t-shirts appear to now be more popular than same same, or at least outnumber them. There's millions of Russians here but they don't appear ...
... you will know that I have barely watched any movies), so it was probably both a let down and hilarious to find incorrect depictions of Angkor Wat in the movie. When you reach Poipet, you have to line up for about 30-45 mins to depart Cambodia. Once you're done, you head towards Thai immigration, where you can expect close to a 2 hour wait during the high season. It's also worthy to note that there is no effort put in to make orderly lines ...