Kangaroo Kitchen Guesthouse, Restaurant & Bar
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... had been warned that the local tours guides/taxi drivers would be relentless in trying to get our attention. That was an understatement, they were practically rocking the bus in their excitement. This is an extremely poor country and the locals are anxious to earn dollars. It was a little intimidating getting off of the bus into such a throng of people desperate for employment for a few hours.
We found a driver that spoke pretty good english and we rented his ...
... it to be. The fact is, it got really hot at night and worst thing, there's no fan provided. Luckily I brought some Tiger Balm Mosquito Repellent Patch, because applying mosquito repellent itself is not enough, even though netting is provided.
It's a sleepless night, almost 20 beds or more in a double storey dorm. It's fine having some noise dorm mate walking, but very ...
... he had a captain America badge, no your not me. America mate. He was wearing a life jacket think he thought he was Tarzan at one point trying to grab onto all the beams in the ceiling. I had to put my head phones in before I screamed, so many people thought the same you tell on everyone's face, not just me and my scowl this time, there were around 30 others too! When we were approaching Koh Rong there were a lot of dark clouds but the sun was ...
... this place.
As we arrived around lunch time, we decided to grab some lunch and then head off to the beach. We decided to go right, towards Otres 2 and this is where we ended up staying for most of our time in Sihanoukville. The beach was lovely, the water was hot, it wasn't packed and the bars/restaurants were chilled out with sunloungers, hammocks and swings. As I was still recovering from a little sunburn from Kampot, I kept covered up, in the shade and had factor 50 ...
... than it should have!
We arrived at the guesthouse we found, which was so nice and simple only 4 rooms we think maybe 5. As soon as we arrived they advised that every 3 days they go out from 3pm, today they where off to a place called Pagoda Rocks and invited us along.
We got a tuk tuk there and some of them rode their motorbikes.
Arriving here was amazing…..they had a ...