Residang Guest House
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... Ahhh, children. Okay, so it’s not that I don’t like children. I just don’t practically like staying next to them when I’m on vacation, staying in a hut with absolutely no insulation to muffle out the crying and screaming. I know that sounds a bit harsh, but Sara D and Christine knows exactly what I’m talking about! This family of 4, two adults and two toddlers, a French hippie family, look like they have been living here for ...
... to see how Sanloem compared to its 'bigger sister' island called just Koh Rong just a couple of KM away. If Sanloem was sedate paradise, Koh Rong was New York City. A backpacker haven full of 12 year olds getting smashed. Well that's how it first felt when we stepped off the boat. As we got off the boat we were told to go to a cafe for an 'island debrief'. What? Were we back in school? Or was this some kind of Club 18-30 holiday!? Sure enough we were given an island ...
... it's low season/rainy season. It's the perfect place to just relax, do some fun tours and see some nature and it's only ten minutes from the Thai boarder which is ideal for our trip itinerary. Our favourite restaurant is Fat Sam's, which is just round the corner and has a big day Scottish owner called Sam the food is gorgeous and the portion size is absolutely massive, which is very unusual in South East Asia, especially ...
... s in front of our bungalow resort with a miammi croissant and a high fibre with nuts kind of small bread ( yeahhh it's Sunday after all :-) we went to fitness at lonely beach. We had almost finished when Giacomo arrived, off course we started talking again. We took a picture together as he was leaving for Bangkok tomorrow, than a couple of weeks in Europe and was flying of for Cuba after that. Shame everyone we met was leaving ! Than we went back for a quick shower, than ...
... ocean it had been before, now it was roaring and as we bounced over the ferocious waves, the wind started blowing the water into the boat. Not even half way into the crossing we were already soaked, it was either the huge waves crashing either side of us or the rain that hit us with such power. As we came out of open water we took cover behind various islands that now surrounded us. Soon the rain died down and we pulled into dock. As we stepped off the boat it was as if ...