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... our passports and had our bags ready to leave. What a stressful situation that could have got even worse than it was. We ended up finding a hotel just down the road. I guess all Vietnamese aren't as nice as I thought; just goes to show all cultures have their saints and sinners. Anyways, going out for dinner was quite the task as well. We ended up getting street food and the lady couldn't understand 'Pho Ba', which is such a common dish in Vietnam. We ended up having to point out ...
regime. The first people he eliminated
were the educated people; teachers, engineers, doctors, professionals. He then destroyed most of the country’s
infrastructure; hospitals, schools and other institutions, leaving only poorly
educated soldiers and farmers. Is it any
wonder that Cambodia remains the poorest country in SEA when there was no one
to educate the next generation, and so few to pass it on to the second?
... like the Great Barrier Reef and Bali. I'm also by sure how good I will be at controlling my buoyancy myself, but I hues hats why you do the course. What do you lot think? The next day our friend from Sapa, Maren, arrived on the island. So we spent the next couple of days exploring the island with her on scooters. I felt like is had enough excitement after my dive so Catherine drove the second scooter and I rode on the back of Marens! It was really good to have the freedom to ...
... only pepper from this region can be labelled as 'Kampot pepper'. Rather ironically, during our time around the town we saw lots of salt plains but no pepper plantations. We did however manage to sample the fabled pepper at dinner one evening and it was pretty good.
Whilst in Kampot you can't help but notice the huge mountain that overshadows the main town. Boker hill as it is known locally was once the weekend getaway for the towns French inhabitants to escape ...
... we decided to go home again because I still had to finish the assignment! Once I arrived, Father was about to bring Jolien to the doctor in Kampot. So I decided to go with her, because no one else was able to go and if I would be the one who needed a doctor, I would also like someone to go with me. After less than an hour it seemed that was the best decision I've made so far, because the Belgian doctor had a nice house at ...