Chan Sovannkiri Guesthouse

Address: Sangkat 4, Khan Mittapheap, Sihanoukville, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sangkat 4, Khan Mittapheap, Sihanoukville.
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Sihanoukville 23rd/24/25/26th October 2014

A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Oct 26, 2014

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... at a German owned place. There had been a sign on the road regarding a farmers breakfast and we just couldn't resist! When it arrived we initially got toast with fried eggs before a second plate with some ham, cheese, cucumber and tomato...not the farmers brekkie we had in mind! It was though very nice and the only hiccup was when Vicky asked for sugar for her tea - the serving bowl had ants all of it and when we highlighted it the response one "zey get everywhere". Whilst ...

Phu Quoc to Sihanoukville

A travel blog entry by bethany_ on Oct 18, 2014

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... Soapy pulls over and opens the bonnet. The radiator over heated and we were by a stream so he got a couple of bottles of water and then a couple of buckets worth ! We were there for around half an hour with everyone driving past laughing. Still around 35 degrees. I was squashed, hot and bored so go out and looked at some cows nearby before I got shouted at by a Cambodian lady. As I got out I realised my door hadn't been shut the whole way because it ...

How to be a total idiot and survive

A travel blog entry by jemraven on Aug 20, 2014

... movie channel on.

And for the next couple of days, that was essentially my routine. Aside from heading out to eat (and occasionally meet up with Steve) and stock up on water, I spent the majority of my time confined to my room watching films and reading. It was also very difficult to walk due to the serious swelling in my foot, and my reduced mobility made even heading to the shop over the road feel like a mission.

One night, I met up with Steve and the others ...

The Killing Fields

A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 01, 2014

... during the Khmer Rouge and the millions of innocent life's that were taken for no reason other than jealousy and hatred. After this visit we all decided we needed some time out and found a gorgeous cafe about ten minutes away, where we just relaxed our minds and had a gorgeous lunch. The cafe had the best milkshakes and home made cakes and the money is used in aid of a charity which aims to improve the economic situation for women in Cambodia. We also bought ...

Kampot and Kep

A travel blog entry by heathercharles on May 21, 2014

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... line. The locals could walk out to the traps to get their catch without going more than waist deep.

After lunch, we decided to head back to Kampot. On the way back it got very windy, so the ride was a bit stessful, Then when we were about 10 minutes from town, it started to rain. It kept getting harder and harder so after about 5 minutes we pulled into a gas station to wait out the storm. We got some fuel, waited ...

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