Pagoda Rocks Boutique Guesthouse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... plankton. That was really cool, then came back and got showered and chilled out on the balcony again just chatting and listening to music. As were on an island, the accommodation is not great - it's all huts!! This is the worst accommodation we've had so far but I guess it's all part of the travelling experience! Our room is tiny and so dark, the electricity cuts off at random points in the day as well so most of the time our room is pitch black and we only have the light ...
This is Heather...
While Cambodian beaches weren't on our original list of places to visit, we talked to so many people who enjoyed their time there that we decided to check it out. Based on input and online research we decided to go to Otres Beach. This was deemed the least 'party' atmosphere, while still having good guesthouses and restaurants. We arrived via bus to the town of Sihanoukville, and shared a tuk-tuk to Otres Beach. We hadn't ...
... and enjoyed a powerful red sunset. Checked into Monkey Republic after a long journey. We arrived at about 10pm and headed straight out for some food at the street market. Big noodle was order of the day. We were tired and sweaty but glad to be in a backpacker location. We started the beers off at Utopia, what we soon found out was an all night club playing house, trance and dubstep. Quite heavy for our ...
First time I arrived to Asia I heard about full Moon Parties but only now I got a chance to attend one.
Was it fun???
Well it was surely a big party place...and as much as I was looking forward to shake my big ass the music they played didn't let me...it was suitable for people on hard drugs, but that cant stop me from having a good time.
Sitting with people we just met chatting and having a good laugh was more than enough to enjoy the party.
... more fish. Millie and I collected shells, but mostly I relaxed and Spen played with the kids or took Ru for walks. It almost redeemed Sihanoukville for us, but we won't be coming back to it. Millie has also really impressed us with her swimming. She doesn't like going under water with out holding her nose, but loves snorkelling. Today Spen lent her his snorkel which she wore with her googles, held her nose with one hand and still managed to swim several lengths of ...