Vanna Hill Resort
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... but a deal was still not reached. This is kind of bizarre as it is the lowest of the low season here and both places were ghostly empty. Mr. Vunthy our driver stepped in here and suggested the Kukuluku Beach Club. We agreed to go see it. We drove half a kilometer more out of town then stopped and it was my turn to go investigate. The Kukuluku is an older resort but it has character. Faded yellow walls with a ...
... his bracelets and was chatting with him whilst saying no to buy his bracelets and in the process he made me a friendship bracelet for free, which in the end really wasn’t for free as I ended up negotiation with him to make three name bracelets for “my friends back home”. At this point one of the ladies’ friend also doing spa treatments came to help her and started on my other leg and I was starting to feel a bit surrounded and ...
... It had been ages since we’d had some wine and the Australian bottle went down very nicely!
After enjoying a nice shower we put our gladrags on and decided to eat at the hotel restaurant as it was now raining,again!. We had our suspicions that we were the only people staying at the hotel despite its hundreds of rooms. At the restaurant we tried to order a cocktail each, but we were told they had no ingredients to make them. Kirsty then asked ...
... to see what would happen if you had no money, as there was rumours it wasn't necessary. The man said if she could prove she'd had the necessary vaccinations then she didn't have to pay, so she went to the van and got out her booklet that no one has ever asked to see and showed them that. The man didn't even look inside it, just waved her away. Weirdly if you pay the 1 dollar then all you get is your temperature taken and no one asks to see any vaccination history ...
... or the tiger walking back and forth in its cage, seemingly angry. On the plus side the animals were quite animated, which made it an enjoyable visit. Most of them would come over to greet us when we approached their cages, and one monkey we nicknamed "Crazy Eyes" because as we would feed him with long strands of grass, he would often raise his eyebrows in an expression that is too difficult to explain, but was absolutely hilarious! (The pictures don’t quite do it ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking