Bacchus Guest House
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Bacchus Guest House Sihanoukville
Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville
... seemed very odd and for how big the resort was there were close to no people giving it a very eerie ghost town type feel which I didn't like. The waterfall we were also taken to see was also a big let down as it was dry season and just a bit dribbly. Buuuut as you will see in the photos the views were incredible and the view from the top is supposedly ranked 9th best bay view in the world an hour from the end we ended up being engulfed in a big cloud too which was pretty ...
... the local cinema to watch a film called Small voices which was about the struggle of street kids in Cambodia. It was really shocking and sad to find out about the high level of poverty in the country and what children have to do to survive. Their parents send them out on the streets to beg and some work in the rubbish tip picking out rubbish all day to sell. The average wage for a whole day doing this is about 10p and it's a very dangerous and obviously horrible ...
... Monkey Republic. Kellie was able to eat again and we enjoyed our meal and a few games of pool which Kellie dominated! Our bus showed up on time and we found out as we boarded that we were to switch to another bus back in Phnom Penh in order to make our destination, surprise! Also, we were told there were bathrooms on the bus but that was not the case. The bus was fairly comfortable bit the roads bumpy. Kellie slept pretty well but I only slept okay. We arrived at the ...
... got our stuff together. Our "tour guide" informed us that we were the only people on the tour so we would just be taking a tuk tuk around. Our first stop was at the salt fields. There were little piles of salt everywhere it looked so cool! Al and I tried really hard to understand what our guide was saying but the combination of his little English and thick Cambodian accent made things very challenging. So we jumped back into the tuk tuk and continued on our ...
... pale, like jelly fish pale. I've always known I was pale but it's not until you spend two months in south east Asia - with a considerable portion of that time on beaches and islands – and you still look like an undercoat of emulsion that you realise your skin is free of melanin. The sun at the moment, in Cambodia, is unforgiving to a red neck like me. There should be ...