Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville
Asians love trying to fit as many people as possible onto transport an here are the current records while we have been travelling. Laos was winning on many fronts until we hit the Chinese New Year in Cambodia.
Moped – 6 people (Cambodia)
Tuk Tuk – 18 people (Cambodia)
Pick up truck – 25 people (Cambodia …
Como el día ha sido parecido al de ayer, simplemente os dejamos un par de fotos y un vídeo (no lo puedo cargar ahora) comiendo cucarachas.... ¡deliciosas! jajajajaja
Así es. No queremos ser malos y daros
envidia. Ni que habléis mal de nosotros. Ni que nos odiéis de por
vida solo por el hecho de contaros que hoy hemos llegado a
Sihanoukville y que tenemos el hotel en frente de la playa (éste es
más caro porque es hotel y tiene los complementos de un
hotel....14€¿!). Y que solo …
... put on our agenda only because we heard it was a very efficient place to get our Viet visa. And it was. One day and we got sorted. Other than that I really don't have much to say about the place. It was wonderfully ok and we were glad to leave.
It will however always have a special place in my heart for the grocery store I found. Grey Goose $20 a quart, Romeo y Julietta cigars from Havana for $8. I am a man of simple pleasures.
After a few false starts we found our bungalow which is in Otres Village, which is about 20 mins walk from either Otres 1 or Otres 2 beach areas. The English owner was away and the only staff member was a local maid who spoke no English which was fun but we got there in the end. The accommodation is basic but clean with a mosquito net included and shared bathroom. The beach is very nice and stretches for a few miles in each direction. The ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeaside Hotel Sihanoukville
Good location, secure, clean, hot showers, breakfast included but no free wifi
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.