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Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville
... out a big bottle of gin that he had carried for weeks from the duty free so we ordered some tonic and all finished the bottle. We swam in the sea again at night with plancton that glowed and glistened green like sparkly fairy dust. Everytime you moved you could see the magical glow all around you, it was really brilliant. We all split and some people went to bed, some went to another bar and Dave and I watched a gambling game among locals. ...
... br> After talking to Micheal, the owner of our guesthouse he mentioned Sokha, another quiet beach. This one was walking distance and after breakfast the next day we walked down. Well worth it! Bleach white squeaky sand for kilometers. A hotel / casino was the only building on the beach and there was maybe ten people around all day. It was so nice and quiet laying in the shade of palm trees.
Our week at the hotel was up so we decided to spend a few nights ...
... eat and then ask the kitchen staff to make your food. We hadn’t had anything to eat since breakfast time so it felt good to get some food into us. As we were getting into bed we smelled something funky in our room, there must have been some sort of critter paying us a visit that had left us a nice little present on our bed. A small poop! Well, if we wanted an adventure by coming out to this island, we sure found it.
August 20, 2013
... I didn’t have anything smaller than a $10 note to pay for my cocktail; and despite having booked out a 6-bed dorm, it turned out to actually be a 12-bed dorm with some randoms in it as well. Anyway, despite the myriad of complaints, there was a good common area to chill out in (even if it wasn’t by the beach), Chris the owner was nice, and, well it was super cheap. Personally, next time I would rather spend $5-8 per night to have somewhere nicer and actually on ...
... hospitality, to help them get jobs in the flourishing tourism trade! It was almost fine dining, the food was really well presented and tasted delicious. It is such a good cause and every penny gets put back into the foundation to help the next group of kids. Feeling well rested we then headed back to Phnom Penh for one night, to catch our bus to Vietnam! ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking