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We travelled from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville by private mini-van. The trip was supposed to take 3 hours but in reality this turned out to be almost 5. By the time we arrived it was almost dark (surprisingly in Cambodia this happens quite early at around 6pm).
Everything looks different to me at night and upon first impressions …
Annie and I are finally on the move. We left our safety net of Phnom Penh and headed on down to Sihanoukville (all alone!). Not expecting too much, we were presented with just that...rainy season means that the tourist attraction of the town is the nightlife-not so much the beautiful beaches and island hopping activities. Oh it's all there! It's …
Got up at 6:30 after a good sleep
Packed up. Tried to check email but my quota had run out.
Went down and settled my bill with cash. $105 for 2 nights with food and drink.
Was picked up in a Sorya minibus and thought I actually might have a chance to make the connection in Phnom Penh. About 8 stops later, packing the bus to the …
Slept in 'til about 6:30
Read in hammock for a couple hours, then had an iced coffee at the patio.
Returned from Lazy Beach at 08:30 – great weather and calm waters – still took more than 2½ hours. Walked back to the Circle. Got the Daelim back, as David got it working again.
Not much more than a relaxation day.
Slept not too bad. Read in bed. Down to Blue Dolphin for an iced coffee.
Packed up all my gear and met Brad downstairs in the lobby. Paid our bills.
Total for 2 nights $33
Car hire driver was in a hurry so we left a bit early. Of course the car is a Camry as are 90% of the cars in Cambodia. We piled in the back and threaded our way …