Peter Pan Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... but did mean you had a lot of sand blown at you. Like the rest of our beach attempts, the sun does eventually get the better of you so we were off in search of a cold drink and a taxi back after not too long. An evening of grabbing a quick dinner, sorting out supplies for tomorrow's journey and packing our backpacks. We also booked hostels in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap as we have very limited time there and can't waste time finding accommodation. 4th June - Up at half six ...
... and a sign attached saying "Do not touch the dog" so I stayed well away. Even going near it, it growled. We went to sit in the restaurant area and got chatting to a German guy, Christian. We arranged to meet tomorrow to go and see some waterfalls which were meant to be impressive. Then we went to a place just down the road called Peter Pan resort and walked through to their beach. It was really beautiful with palm trees and perfect sand. The sea was really clear and ...
... beach villas. There is no high rise which is great, but I guess all that will change in years to come. It is a very laid back friendly island.
The tropical vegetation is beautiful and cool to ride through. Lots of natural bush.
An afternoon of swimming and snorkelling and seeing so many tropical fish and undersea forests. I just love snorkelling!
... fish eat our feet - free fish spa! The guides had carried up lunch and fresh fruit for us so we ate this all together by the waterfall and then had an hour to relax in the sun. The trek down was great fun, about 2 hours of crossing some precarious looking bridges made from fallen trees and climbing down some steep rock formations. When the guide screamed and jumped in front of us I looked right ...
... literally. All the accommodation is in a line along the shore but this place was open fronted and I had the bed at the end. Not the nicest place but a nice view.
I spent the day sunbathing on sand that felt like icing sugar and playing in the warm crystal clear sea. Not a bad way to spend the day really.
Once I'd had enough sun I spent the rest of the afternoon reading in the shade and drinking the local beer.
That evening I met with Nadine and Jen for dinner. ...