Knai Bang Chatt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of his moped and Breanne had a flat rear tire; however, the family was quick to either fix the problem or hand us a new bike. Elephant Springs was a perfect 1.5hr stop to take a dip in the refreshing springs that had a deep pool for jumping into and other areas to relax under a waterfall. Many locals in this beautiful area. The lunch break at Fishing Village was incredible with many different Vietnamese dishes that filled all our stomachs. The restaurant was situated right on the ...
... staff and guests - were French who, though perhaps not deliberately, I'd realised were not good at mixing with other nationalities, presumably due to their generally lower standard of English. I was definitely a minority here.
After a short while, a guy walked into the bar area that I recognised. At first I couldn't place him but then I remembered: he was an Aussie called Will who I'd met on my second day in Saigon. He'd told me about a hostel run by a friend of ...
... what was around the coast. As we walked down, we could see lots of litter by the water and in the sea there were lots of jellyfish so we couldn't even walk in the water. It was a bit disappointing to see what could have been a really beautiful beach spoilt by peoples rubbish. We went back to the beach bar and ordered a cold drink. The man who served us was adorable and said we could have a lounger for free. So we just laid there watching the sun go down. So relaxing. The next day, ...
... and flowing multi colours! The roads in themselves were an experience. From brand new, massive highways which were not open yet to cars and only scooters could get on them to rough dirt tracks and road foundations. You never really new what to expect. The infrastructure development also want the map was often wrong to a fair amount of guesswork was necessary. We maybe saw about 5 road signs in total on the island so they weren't much help! We drove down to ...
... some friends. Ru was taken on his first one by the lady who owned the food stall we were eating at, and we had to wait for her return so we could pay! The rides averaged out at 35cents a go, which is about £5 cheaper than the pier nowadays (sorry, I sound like a moany old woman!). It was a lovely evening though, and we walked back feeling completely safe even in the dark evening. What a contrast from Phnom Penh. We felt quite smug as we approached the Riki and saw it ...