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Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville
So after a very nice night sleep in a normal bed with an ensuite bathroom (oh yeeees luxury after living at the volunteer house) we had a nice little breakfast in our hostel restaurant, where I decided on a fresh lemon juice and a banana and pineapple pancake at 10 am the tuk tuk driver from yesterday, who we had promised to take us around the city today, picked us up and took us to the Killing fields. The Killing fields were previously a mass genocide ...
... laid back charm where you can spend the day quite content doing nothing but reading and watching the river flow past.
We spent two days here swimming and wandering the streets in the scolding heat of the day then watching impressive tropical storms roll in of the evening. It is a really nice area well away from the hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh. A good stop over enroute to the beaches.
However, not all was ...
... a jungle path that's meant to be faster but the locals sometimes cover it to force you to take their boats, or the beach route but that means a lot of rock climbing! Also, lack of rubbish collection means the rest of the island can get quite littered, so we're glad we stayed where we were. Although we wished we were staying the night to see the phosphorescent plankton! When it was time to get back on the boat I was unsure how we'd get on, but the boatman plucked a stool and ...
... worked to calm Lauren down. They did this with deep understanding and patience. Eventually Lauren agreed to try it again. This time she knelt there looking extremely uncertain, but eventually gave the “OK” sign.
Everything went smoothly for a while, but during an exercise involving filling our masks with water and clearing them Lauren had another panicked moment and lunged for the surface. Again she was calmed down and ...
... NSW then lived in Brunswick before moving to Cambodia five years ago. We asked Donna what could we do in and around Kampot. She made several suggestions including a trip to Bokor Mountain.
She said it is so much fun riding motorbikes up the mountain road. I looked at Video Girl who quickly replied, "Ohh no, I don't think that would be fun at all."Donna told us the other options were a crowded mini bus, a private car, tuk tuk or you could ...
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