Pagoda Rocks Boutique Guesthouse
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Thailand. Sooo we decided to give it a miss as we have both been to the full moon party twice and nearly died too in 2004s Tsunami. No not really....so far away but yet so close! Same same but different!;) Sihanoukaville is a very nice laid back beach town but it has it's dark side too. (Like most places). This place is full of drugs and I only know that from it being offered to me a thousand times and from smelling the sweet stuff of other backpackers cigarettes. ...
... around the beach naked. Having a nap on my finally working hammock and reading book in the most beautiful place I have ever red one, was exactly how I imagined it all happening. One more thing the place needed was the good clean and me picking up rubbish by rubbish was just pointless. So I knew I will be back doing some serious work around. In the village I found the rake and so I was ready to head back and clean the area...4 h later once I finished cleaning ...
... and the beach. This one was nicer then the one where we stayed last time, because we had one big room for 5 people and a own bathroom. We immediately dropped our things off and went to a bar-restaurant at the beach to have some dinner. When we finished our meal we got back to the room to make ourselves ready to party! We went dancing in a bar called Dolphin shack and to finish our evening we had our last few drinks at JJ's. The next day we had to ...
... out at the non existent reception at White Beach and carried our packs down the beach to 'Smile' guesthouse. Serra then left to go to Kampot so we said our goodbyes. We had breakfast with everyone from the night before and spent the morning on the beach swimming and relaxing. In the afternoon we went on an awesome boat tour (I didn't take my phone so I don't have any photos). First we went snorkeling in the sea, looking at all the cool fish ...
... We were a full load on the boat, at least twenty to do an ocean crossing on a rickety old wooden boat, no issues. About an hour later we made our first stop. I put on my amazing snorkeling set and had setup my chest mounted underwater camera in picture mode. I plunged in and started swimming towards the shore, as we were well out to not damage any coral with the boat's anchor. A five minute swim and i started seeing smaller fish and some sea life. The sun wasn't too bright and the ...