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Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville
... pizzas. They certainly didn't disappoint. The rest of the journey went smoothly and was pretty fun. We arrived in Shinoukville (Serendipity beach) late but with high expectations. We had heard a lot of good things about the place along the backpackers trail and it had a reputation for its party atmosphere. We met up with Ed again as he had flown in the night before and checked into our hostel before bar hopped our way into town and along the beach for one ...
I had done a lot of research about the first couple of weeks of this trip but nothing after that, i knew places to go but hadn't really looked into it too much. We were deciding on a plan after Sihanoukville and settled on Kampot as is it on the way to the Vietnamese border. I have to say I wasn't really expecting much but how wrong! We are staying at a little ...
Woke up at 9 and checked out at 10am before breakfast in the French cafe and then heading to the Sorya mall in an attempt to find some football shorts. All we found were fake Nike free runs that we all nearly bought for $30. No purchases were made other than when Lionel and I popped into BBQ Chicken - Cambodia's Los Pollos Hermanos - and got some golden chicken strips before the bus trip. The bus departed ...
Happy to be on land again, we checked for availability at a couple of the nicer guest houses with no luck... We ended up at some cheaply place that was fine for 1 nt. Kellie battled some more sickness and then got some serious rest while I went out for rice and bread (good for the stomache). We slept ok that nt and the next day Kellie was feeling a bit better. We did laundry and checked out. Then we had 7 hrs to wait for our overnt bus. We spent the majority at a guesthouse ...
... off onto an actual dirt road (as opposed to a dirty road) it was a bit more pleasant. Apparently the rural life was scenic. I was too busy watching the road to really pay attention.
We got numerous “hello”'s and eventually picked up a companion in the form of a local boy on a bicycle. He engaged us in light conversation and after learning our spelunking destination offered to lead us there. Lauren was disappointed when I agreed to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed