Don Bosco Hotel School

Street Ou 5, Sihanoukville, Cambodia | Inn
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This inn is located on Street Ou 5, Sihanoukville.
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    Beach from beyond.

    A travel blog entry by goinggong on Aug 02, 2014

    6 photos

    ... throttle as we drift off into the side growth and everyone cheers. By now the sun is baking down on the rooftop but the views of the world around you is too good to descend into the claustrophobic deck below. Finally we arrive at our destination - 7 hours later. We load off our baggage as tuck tuck drivers bustle around with dirty laminated cards advertising hotels or name cards with misspelt names. We are in Buttambang! We hobble along a dirt street ...

    Cambodia cont...

    A travel blog entry by homa_fountain on Jul 12, 2014

    8 photos

    ... of bars and restaurants set on the idyllic beach with a hippy vibe. Backpackers paradise! We grabbed some lunch, right on the beach which was lovely, before exploring the rocks at the end of the beach.
    We got chatting to some other travellers and found out that the island had a limited amount of hours of power due to the generators being turned off in the afternoon and again at night. With accommodation being quite expensive we decided ...

    The Ugliness of War! (Cambodia)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Jun 11, 2014

    121 photos

    I walk the streets of this town, one of my favorite towns in my travels so far. A man pulls himself along on the ground with his arms. He has no legs. A boy sits with a basket in front of him, in between where his legs should be. But, he cannot pick the money up that is placed in his basket. He has no hands or arms either. Just a head and body, but he smiles and laughs.

    I left Indonesia and the island of Flores and the small town of Labaunbajo by plane, with a transfer ...

    Coconuts, frogs and farewells

    A travel blog entry by jemraven on Jun 09, 2014

    4 comments, 32 photos

    ... all of the inedible parts only around a third of the animal's original body mass remained. Call my cynical, but the issue of wastage aside, I couldn't help thinking that nature hadn't really intended for this shark to be eaten by people.

    The next day was another sad one, as it was my last day on Phu Quoc, my last day in Vietnam and my last day with the others. I'd booked a combined boat and bus ticket that would take me across the border into Cambodia, my ...

    Blue not grey

    A travel blog entry by david142 on Mar 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... snorkelling which isn't much cop due to semi overcast skies and then have lunch on the boat. David and I end up sitting with a group of young Vietnamese who are on a four day break from their jobs as check-in attendants at HCMC airport. They show us how to eat properly (Vietnamese style) and we joke that if they are on duty when we check-in on our flight home we will expect an upgrade. As we leave the table one of the girls implies that if it is at ...