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Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville
Well well well....this is why I don't drink, yukky hangover, actually not too bad just not the best for a boat ride to the islands. We headed off on this funny boat powered by what looked like a lawn mower.... We made it to the first island where we snorkelled, not much coral really but some cool fish and the swim done me good. We jumped back on and headed ...
... was hacking up globs of phlegm.
Our lift arrived on time and after grabbing a handful of fellow scuba divers we drove to the south end of the island. This was over an hour away on some half built roads, but we pretty much drove in silence. Way too early to socialise. Getting to the harbour and onto our open plan, double storey boat meant another hour or so until we arrived at the dive site. During this time we got to meet a couple of the other Dive Masters and ...
... fried rice. You were meant to get a pinch of all the fresh herbs and a spoonful in rice in the lettuce leave, wrap it up and eat it. Best food I have had a Laos and possibly SE Asia. We didn't have any nights out because there was a strict curfew of 11.30. On the last day in Vientiane we visited the COPE rehab centre and museum which was a place for people who have been injured from land mines. The museum was very interesting as I didn't realise that landmines and bombs were a problem ...
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