Nice Beach Hotel
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7am up for a four hour bus to the south coast of Cambodia, Sihanoukville. Beautiful beach but so many lucky lucky kids and women wanting to massage my feet, pluck/wax my chest (love rug), fek off. Kids are either really nice or little ***** you want to pick up and choke slam into the sea. Either way, del boy'd them out of some rayban's (#legit) and …
Today we got a boat to bamboo island which is a private island so we pretty much had the beach to ourselves. On the way there we stopped off at another island and all jumped off the boat to do snorkelling. We then carried on to bamboo island for a relaxing day on the beach. We had a BBQ for lunch and played volley ball in the water all afternoon.
... around the bar. It was crazy! We picked our monkey wisely - he looks nice and friendly on the pic but he tried to claw my face off on more then one occasion. I had to share my drink with him to settle him.
In general we found Samui quite good for a night out as they have a massive club called Green Mangos which plays a lot of good tunes. Funny how many people we bumped into in the bars who knew us from Phi Phi but we had no recollection! We had ...
... it “Breaking Wind”. Later in the week, I hopped onto a Chao Phraya ferry up to Rattanakosin, to see the 143 foot reclining Buddha at Wat Pho. That evening, Julian and I went to see Bangkok’s famous China town, where we tried Durian, the smelliest fruit in South East Asia, as well as Bird’s Nest Soup!
Julian was working 6 days per week, so only had one day off that weekend. So on Saturday night we headed out with some of his fellow teachers (or ...
... we got off in the blazing heat on the side of a busy road, there was a fella waiting for us in a little people carrier with his wife and kids in the back, and he drove us the remaining 40 minutes or so to Ban Phe, a little fishing port where we caught the ferry to Koh Samet.
The boat was painted in bright orange blue and white and i couldn't help but think this was to kind of paper over the fact it was an old piece of ****. It got us there fine though. A weird mixture ...