Jasmine Hotel

Ochheuteal Beach, Sihanoukville, Cambodia | Hotel
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Otres Beach, Sihanoukville

A travel blog entry by ballmd


... nice after we hired some kayaks to paddle out to the nearest island only for the wind to pick up when we got halfway and turn a half hour trip into an 75 min trip fighting the current and choppy sea. Snorkelling around the island which has a reef was nice and the wind had lessened by the time we headed home. Feeling refreshed now although don't know how long it will last - a 16 hour overnight bus to Saigon / Ho Chi Minh City awaits ...

Which way to the beach?

A travel blog entry by jonny-and-tara


... at the main town.

Otres really was what it had been sold as. It was perfect. We didn't have anywhere booked so we wandered along the beach seeing if any of the bungalows were available. After trying a couple of places we found one just back from the beach at Otres Orchid. It was a traditional Khmer bamboo bungalow. It had its own little porch with a hammock outside. Again, perfect.

We weren't sure how long we were going to stay, but after dropping the ...

Old temples, fairly recent skulls & ancient sand

A travel blog entry by waughs


We flew into Cambodia in comfort and ease, feeling not a jot of guilt for skipping the days of tortuous travel. Anticipating a reportedly hostile mob of border guards we found to our delight that they were like a bunch of friendly quiz show participants, being arranged along one crescent desk.

Visa secured (another massive, satisfying sticky label in the passport) we looked for the tuktuk to our hotel. It turns out that this had broken down on route and so ...

The Motorcycle Diaries with Minnie and Duckhead

A travel blog entry by twofoodies


... bowl sitting on the ground in front of him. He then blessed us both with healthy, happy lives and safe travel.
This is when the awkwardness of the situation began. As we sat with our heads bowed as we were being blessed I looked back at the brass bowl and noticed one of the one dollar bills was not one dollar but one hundred dollars.
I slowly turned to Video Girl and said, "I've put one hundred dollars in the monk's bowl by mistake." Video ...


A travel blog entry by sarahemma


... the town which was around 10km away. Using this allowed us to see some of the local area also and we weren't impressed, in fact it was really sad! Behind the beaches and resorts were slums, where dogs and children and god knows what kind of bugs lived, worked and played. Families were crammed into tiny huts and were living in squalor. One thing we saw was a huge hotel being built and in its shadow a shanti town, filled to ...

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