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... followed. The night ended with a particularly aggressive lady boy thrusting her ****** in our faces...pretty standard night out! The rest of our time in Sihanoukville was spent getting a hair braid and enjoying an extremely cushty evening at Top Cat - a private cinema delivery amazing pizza and unlimited snacks, heaven! The next day we got the ferry to Koh Rong, an island just off the coast of Cambodia and about as close to paradise as ...
... but on this land there was a group of lads playing soccer. We headed on and past another casino/resort hotel. It is ironic that the average Cambodian person here has very little or no money. We passed some government offices, including the office in charge of Customs. I was told of the ripping off and over charging done by the government on items coming into the country through customs tax. Things like replace motors for air conditioners, etc, another way the politicians ...
... stretches for a few kilometres around Saracen Bay with beautiful clear blue ocean. We stayed at the guest house where the tour stopped for lunch called Home stay Resort Saracen Bay with a small dorm room for $6 a bed. They also had bungalows and a tree house to stay in, but at $35 they were a little out of our budget.
The nearest guest house was a 5 minute walk away. At the other end of the bay there was a higher concentration of accommodation, but everything ...
It is my last night on my Island...I spent here exactly two weeks and I feel ready to leave... I had an amazing time and gained some of the best memories.
First time snorkeling gave me loads of emotions ans freak outs.
Having a trek with Ben gave me a lot of fun, since we trekked for a long time ending up only short distance from the point we started, made us nothing but laugh.
Observing local life in that area was inspiring. ...
... put on our agenda only because we heard it was a very efficient place to get our Viet visa. And it was. One day and we got sorted. Other than that I really don't have much to say about the place. It was wonderfully ok and we were glad to leave.
It will however always have a special place in my heart for the grocery store I found. Grey Goose $20 a quart, Romeo y Julietta cigars from Havana for $8. I am a man of simple pleasures.