Rayang Island Resort
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Idag tog vi en båt ifrån stranden till en liten ö som heter Koh Rayang. En väldigt mysig privat ö med endast en resort. Snorklingen är helt ok och vi såg nemos lite större kusin.
... over fifty people packed standing into an area smaller than twice the size of the bed of a standard American pick-up. In larger cities such as Battambang and Phnom Penh, standard cars were fairly common. In rural areas, we saw many school children peddling home on beat-up bicycles built for people twice their size.
The People: Libby remarked that Cambodians tend to have wonderful smiles, and I must agree. Everywhere we went (and especially in the countryside), we were ...
... freshen up, grab a quick bite to eat and warned us that if we catch squid we will barbeque and feast, if we do not then you will be hungry...in other words. Eat something.
The lights on the boat are giant halogen globe bulbs. There are three on both sides of the boat. In all 18 of us lined either side of the boat to catch our dinner. I got one...a good sized one mind you. Others got none. The guy next to me caught ...
... they get significant high tides. We happened to be there for one of them. The tide rose about 8 fret in a matter of minutes and then took several hours to recede. It was a sight you had to see. Not sure if the pis can portray the experience. At one point there is an old boat in the middle of the mangroove the next minute it no longer exists. A beautiful "lake" has filled in the mangrove.
I've figured out that the best way to deal with the heat: water. Not just showers, although the cold water feels nice (why would anyone want hot showers here!), but you're sticky again as soon as you dry off. Swimming is a different matter. You're in the water long enough to lower your core temperature a bit. Although, this is not quite the 'refreshing dip' I'm used to. With a water temperature above 30C it's easy to get into. And it's not just warm at the top. There are ...
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