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- Banquet room
- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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In Sihanoukville we stayed in a chalet, set back slightly from the sea. The accommodation - The Sunset Lounge was run by a very friendly German couple and their team of Cambodian staff. We arrived early afternoon after the 7 hour coach journey from Tatai, including an hour for lunch and a changeover of buses. As we would later realise we had fortunately chosen to stay on a quiet stretch of the beach, a short tuk ...
... foreign tourists were walking around completely silently, while the Cambodians were strolling around the mass graves chatting away like it was just another park. I would've assumed they would have a bit more respect than that but I guess not. We headed to the Russian Market after that. Apparently a lot of Russian tourists went there in the 80s, giving it its name. On the way it started to **** it down. It was ridiculous how much it was raining, but our driver Wan, pulled the ...
... so when I came to dine it was just me and Joey. Ryan and Lucas had a nice tuna steak so we that we'd try the same. They had ran out, so I had barracuda instead, a little more adventurous I thought! There was no big organised party tonight but for Em's birthday we all went to a few of the bars which was good fun. Many silly dance moves were thrown which made us all laugh. We'd had all had a good day and I'm pretty sure Em did ...
... followed. We wanted to see what was going on. This building was a cooking and dining area. It was open on 2 sides and had a large table in the middle. On one end were some pots simmering above some wood coals. One of the navy guys started prepping some ingredients at the table. He showed them to us and told us the Khmer names for them, which we soon forgot. He was making a curry paste and put all the chopped ingredients into a pestle and mortar to grind up. While this was going ...
... shoes on and grabbed my hat.
The bank was not where it was supposed to be, according to google maps. We asked around and found out it was further down the road, turn right at the traffic lights; the man who helped us also explained that it was a public holiday today, 'The Royal Day of Ploughing,' so the bank was closed. We walked down to see if we could find it anyway and the go back the next day to sort our banking woes out.
We did not find ...