Kangaroo Kitchen Guesthouse, Restaurant & Bar
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... by bus to Vietnam with an overnight stay back in Phnom Penh in order to break up the journey. We took a 5 hour bus ride back to the hotel we stayed at previously and left Phnom Penh early the following morning to head for Ho Chi Minh! We were sad to leave Cambodia behind as we'd become quite fond of the people, scenery and culture but are now looking forward to the next phase of the journey as we head north through ...
We left Phnom Penh fairly early. It was a nice city and it seemed like there was still a few things to do, however now we are pushed for time to get back to Bangkok for Emily and Ryan's return flight. We arrived in Sihanoukville around midday where we met our Canadian pals Lucas, Joey and Brenna in their hostel. We had about an hour before we walked to pier to catch a boat to Koh Rong. Our original plan was to get ...
... shoreline was rocky. Turns out there was a path just in from the beach but we only found out later. Reluctantly we said good bye to the navy guys and walked back down towards the boat. They offered us another beer as we left but we politely turned it down. It was a quick boat ride back to our side of the island. We chatted with the staff on the boat and by the time we got to our lodge, they had invited us to a "party" at their quarters. Their English was close to non existent, ...
... of no use. So we walked up the road, found a different driver and he took us to the circus. We got our tickets exchanged from the tourist info centre, walked through the shop, got 2 cooldrinks, walked out the other side and stood in line to go into the arena.
The tent itself was small, the smallest we'd ever been in. There were 2 screens suspended from the ceiling, telling us the story behind the circus. Apparently it had been going for over 12 years ...
... we walked 2 restaurants down to the Mushroom 1. (I'm not sure what the places name is, but that's what the wifi's called). We watched the sunset while drinking sneaky G&T's and ate amazing pizza.
We moved back to our accommodation at is was more vibey where we were and had one more drink before heading to bed. It was after 11pm and we were all exhausted (from what, none of us knew).