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Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville
We only stayed in Phnom Penh for a few nights because we knew we would be spending a few more nights in the city on our way to Vietnam in a few weeks. On Febuary 4th, we took the bus to Sihanoukville which cost $5 each through Phnom Penh Sorya Transport and that included free pickup from Kak Lake (which allowed us to avoid the many tuk tuk drivers …
... no doubt, something like bassa.
Why did I eat it? Why did I not check the type of fish before ordering? Should’ve know better but maybe I was over confident by then as I hadn’t been sick in Asia for years!
Woke up feeling a bit dodgy at 2 or 3am, then really dodgy upon waking up. Toilet visit for me with a rapid mass exodus! Then another a short while later while Melinda was still in the gym. I was hoping that was it, but no ...
... we spend most of the days just watching the world go by. We went to a pie and cake shop where their portions seem to be a quarter of the cake, we had lemon meringue pie that we shared as it would of been too much for one person well I'm sure I would have given it a good go if I was feeling 100%. We have pretty much booked all travel and accommodation for the remaining days apart from somewhere to stay in Honk ...
... just doesn't know about what happened here in Cambodia in the last five decades.
After that pretty sombre visit it was time to kick back and relax in Sihanoukville and the Cambodian Island of Koh Rong (What can Koh Rong, Will Koh Rong). The island was a small paradise not too dissimilar to Rarotonga but with the addition of poverty, unreliable water and electricity and ...
... there and visa agents who processed them quick and easy and seeing as Cambodia in April seems to be the hottest country world what better way to wait for them than on the beach! The town of Sihanoukville though left much to be desired, a strange place with a few roads leading from a big roundabout, most of which was roads of nothingness a few hotels and a lot of dirt and rubbish but one was a main strip surprisingly full of English run bars and restaurants ...
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