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... a wander around to check out my surrounding and get my bearings for the following day - I spent approximately 2 hours wandering around trying not to get killed by traffic and feeling as though I was in way over my head as I made my way through the hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh. I saw slums next to high rise business buildings, broken old motos next to Lexus's and business men ignoring the sea of desperate poverty striken people begging at their doorsteps. I saw a child crying out ...
... into a panic mode.
Since I hate being somebody's pain in the ass, even in the case when I do question my well being, I will simply stick to being hmm STUPID. And so when hearing Ben asking and making sure everything is alright, I did tried and respond to it as calm as I could letting him know all is good and I will be behind swimming slowly. As most people at that stage would simply carry on, Ben was the one that didn't listen and turned around without ...
... at 8, because they would pick us up around that time at the gate of our guesthouse to have some breakfast before leaving on our boat-trip to the bamboo-islands. On the little boat we putted ourselves on deck with loads of sunscreen to sit in the sun and get some tan. At the first island we had some time for snorkeling where we could see some beautiful coral and, fish. Later we went to another island what we could explore for more than 4h. We ...
... the night erratically waking and fantasising about moving to a new guest-house. It wasn't the greatest sleep and even after the hardcore had finally passed out they tagged in the local construction workers. So we went from drunk yelling to the sounds of a building being created. If we were younger or less anti-social this wouldn't have been an issue – it would have been an opportunity, but as it stands it ranks pretty poorly.
... the hunt for some accommodation. Normally this isn't difficult and doesn't take long. Unfortunately due to it being Christmas still (technically) all the bamboo shacks/rooms/guesthouses/everything wanted quadruple what they normally charge. Stupid prices! We searched and searched and literally on our last Guesthouse someone had just checked out and there was a massive room for a fair price right on cue! Yes please! An exhausted Isi and tally trundled back to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 7 Sihanoukville
New beachfront hotel. Satellite TV, excellent A/C with backup generator. Across the street there is a mixed seafood BBQ for $3 on the beach every night. Room is $20. Very clean, goov value
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