Le Papillon d'Or
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Steve dropped me off in the centre and I went straight to the nearest pharmacy. I walked/stumbled through the door and the woman behind the counter looked up at me with hardly any change of expression as she saw what state I was in (and the fact that I was leaving a small blood trail on her floor).
"Motorbike", I said to her dumbly, and she nodded and tutted as if I was yet another one to add to the list before proceeding to fetch various items from the ...
... and put Ali’s new found skills to the test – great success! (Almost make it to neighboring island).
The next day we had planned a boat trip out to three of the islands off the coast. We are picked up in a tuktuk at 8am and after banana pancakes and coffee (included) we are on the boat heading out to sea. The first stop is a small reef, clouds of ...
... area are known for their great scuba & snorkeling dive locations. It also gave me a chance to try out my new Go-Pro camera with underwater housing. I spent a few hours snorkeling around the island and then paddle across to the main Koh Rong Island. Back at the resort where I had hired the gear, I had some thing to eat and drink. Then wandered back down the beach to the jetty. Had a look around, visited the community aid ...
... Whilst Mark and I drunk it back at the hostel we managed to persuade Lionel to join us back to the market in time for the fire show and more music and beers (and a naughty joint). The atmosphere was exactly what we were looking for but Sam and Nic were being boring. Night finished at about 2am and slept like a baby. A baby with an overheated body. And one that was extremely ...
... Busco School (trains under privileged kids in hospitality) tour were very impressed and this seems to have been the pick of the tours arranged.
We had a quiet remainder of the day, the highlight being finishing off our bottle of $56 Peter Lehmann Shiraz at dinner (ouch!). After dinner we joined a few people that we had met over meals and played a round of Pub Trivia. Sadly we were not the winners but it was a bit of a ...