Clearwater Guest House
Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville
... actually feeling like a true backpacker. I'd made it to Cambodia, already with loads of stories in the collection, but I really couldn't have predicted the ones I would be adding to it over the coming month...
Seriously, you're going to love this.
Until next time,
P.S. Hurrah! I can't believe it - after just five and a half months of being out here I've finally managed to complete the first month of my blog.
Well, don't all congratulate me at once.
... appeared as a giant lake, a gently swaying mirror that reflected the clear blue skies and cotton ball clouds up above. At one point it seemed that we were sailing in the clouds as our boat cut the water like a knife through hot bread. The melodic hum of the motor was a welcome break from the business of a Cambodian city (albeit a seaside one) and everyone on board sat in silence closing their eyes to breathe in the warm ocean breeze and ...
So we just spent today on the beach chilling out before going to the full moon party! We got picked up in the evening by boat and dropped off on Koh Rong Samloem (an island about 45mins from Koh Rong) along with about 300 people from different island. We were on this paradise beach in the middle of no where partying ...
... struck by the many women hunched over sewing machines. Nearby were fancy gowns we assumed they had sewn. Many food purveyors had established crude eating places in the covered market.
The last place we visited was a fishing village not too far from the Volendam. Cambodians favor green for their boats. They also have many lights on poles sticking up on their crafts. We learned these were to attract squid and ...
... and said that if we had another DVD to watch she would leave the first one at the desk so as not to disturb the kids. Needless to say, it was not at the desk in the morning and took an hour or so to locate, going through various mixed messages. We decided to go find the night market that evening and grabbed a tuk tuk from outside the hotel. He cheerily took us there and then pulled up outside and informed us it was closed for another 2 hours. Cheers mate. See, if we'd been ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed