Bailan Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ko Chang
... see so many skulls on display and a strong reminder of just how many people died in the genocide that was only a few decades ago. We left somewhat more subdued than then we had arrived.
We had planned to go to the Tuol Sleng Genocide museum next but after the intensity of the killing fields we decided to go for lunch first.The genocide museum is where people were taken and held before going to the killing fields. Many were tortured and questioned before hand and a lot ...
... looking into it it all seemed quite expensive for not much trekking! Plus we have done quite a few jungle trek and it can all get a bit 'same same but different'. We decided to to leave the following day to shiuniville which is where most backpackers seem to be going (we though of going off trail for a day or so) so back on our way we ...
... br> with me so I roll over (ever tried to do that in a hammock?) and have strange
dreams about broken mosquito nets, tribal children and the ghosts of the Khmer
so I’m laying here now updating you on the crack of the day. I’ll keep on it. We’re
off on another trek today. I don't know how it can beat touching out private
rainbow yesterday but I'm looking forward to it. I just hope I don't have to walk
back through the ...
... was still awake because I could hear her laughing in the totally counterproductive way we do when we have no idea what's going on and it's a bit scary.
We hear someone sit down by the fire and the dogs settle. We waited with baited breath for about ten minutes then a voice says "you wanna come smoke weed with us?" Hayley immediately says Yeah that would be great. I'm already more at ease but can totally see the downside of a possible (probable) whitey in the dark ...
... else of value that we'd brought on this trip. Moments earlier, the elderly man had stood up in the boat - which was going full speed, mind you - and, in an effort to create leg room for himself, literally threw the entire bag forward, where it now lay precariously perched on some unutilized lifejackets.
This prompted simultaneous (and involuntary) shouts of concern from Nick, Libby and I, and we set ourselves immediately to the task ...