Jasmine Hotel

Address: Ochheuteal Beach, Sihanoukville, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ochheuteal Beach, Sihanoukville.
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      Ko Rong Where Nothing Can Ko Rong

      A travel blog entry by sarahtallulah on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... shack at monkey island, could not have asked for better place. Great staff and great music with some fish fingers and chips for when the amok curry had taken its toll. First day and Brits abroad were in the thunderstorm sipping on klang in the ocean, of course Shani, Adam and Ivon joined in. Made some fake names up with some Brits, saw Cara Delevignes twin from Australia but minus the height, played and dominated at beach volleyball, got asked if I was on MD ...

      Phnom Penh - Kampot

      A travel blog entry by ayoung435 on Oct 19, 2014

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      Where do I even begin with the past 4/5 days? It has been nothing short of wonderful! From the capital we shot down to the south coast of Cambodia to a town called Kampot. Literally a small little town with a river running through it, the coast and gulf of Thailand to the east and the mountains to the west. Once we checked in to our hostel complete with a pool and a nicely stocked bar, Sarah and I decided to rent scooters for 24 hours. Once settled we took off for a ...

      Rickety Buses to Sihanoukville

      A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Sep 16, 2014

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      ... my bag was getting off the bus also! Justin and I noticed that the bus quality is significantly lower then the sleeper buses in Vietnam. The door on our greyhound type bus wouldn't even seal closed shut. Another comparison was that the driver honked the horn only a couple of times and stuck to the proper side of the road rather then driving in the "3rd lane" like Vietnam. But again we made it in one piece with out luggage, my blood pressure ...

      How to be a total idiot and survive

      A travel blog entry by jemraven on Aug 20, 2014

      ... suddenness with which I left the bike caused it to destabilise and almost instantly fall sideways, bringing Steve down with it and causing him to slide through the dirt too.

      All of this happened in the space of about six seconds.

      There was a pause as we lay there, the back wheel of the bike spinning and the dust choking up the air, trying to realise what had just happened. Although I knew what had happened, my head was being a bit thick and wouldn't quite accept ...

      The Killing Fields

      A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 01, 2014

      ... during the Khmer Rouge and the millions of innocent life's that were taken for no reason other than jealousy and hatred. After this visit we all decided we needed some time out and found a gorgeous cafe about ten minutes away, where we just relaxed our minds and had a gorgeous lunch. The cafe had the best milkshakes and home made cakes and the money is used in aid of a charity which aims to improve the economic situation for women in Cambodia. We also bought ...