Sunday Guest House

No 16 Street Sereypheap, Sihanoukville, Cambodia | Hotel
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Cambodia - Sihanoukville & Ko Rong

A travel blog entry by gazburn on Dec 14, 2013

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December 14th - I knew when I woke up it was going to be a long day. 6.30am after three hours sleep and a heavy night out is not a pretty sight. After an argument with our minibus driver about the state of our ticket we were on our way to the Cambodian border. Some unidentifiable food on the ferry made us feel slightly better and an hour sorting …

Templed Out, Jungled Up, Island Down

A travel blog entry by s-oldfield

... Siem Reap with my darling tuktuk driver, Mr.Kong, who was at times very insightful and at times totally incomprehensible. Things improved when I realised I had misheard 'government' as 'gun men' (although arguably there wasn't much difference between the two during the Khmer Rouge days). We visited a grand total of 20 temples and Angkor Wat was not my highlight - Beng Mealea is of the same proportions but overgrown like the Lara Croft temple, Ta Prohm, and was easily my favourite. ...

Island life

A travel blog entry by scpearson


... You've got to cover yourself in oil so that they drown before they bite you. So you'd e walking around and look and your legs and there will be loads of dead flies on them. Better than being bitten though! Getting back to the mainland was sad but also a relief. Having a shower and not being sandy and covered in salt was amazing. And aircon! I've never appreciated aircon a much as I did that day. Last stop is Siem reap then Asia is finito! ...

Sihanoukville & paradise on Koh Rong

A travel blog entry by jon_lowra2014


... a mountain with stunning sea views. The hill going up to this place was dangerously steep! (Ask Jon about pulling wheelies up this hill when we get home!) Enough said on that! ;) We did enjoy having a gym on our doorstep but after 3 nights in our stuffy bungalow (no AC) we decided to island hop for my 21st (ish) birthday ;) Sihanoukville is surrounded by a dozen of tropical islands. I had read that one of the most appealing of them was Koh Rong. Koh Rong was ...

Running Amok

A travel blog entry by lucyinthesky.


... was totally different to Bangkok and Siem Reap; really dirty and lots of poverty. We had dinner in a restaurant I had heard about at work, 'Friends' It is an orphanage for children who were living on the streets and they get taught cookery skills, languages and a proper education. I had fresh fish with mango and it was honestly the best meal I have had since being away.

The next day was one I had ...

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