Chen Sea Resort & Spa Phu Quoc
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Otres Beach in southern Cambodia is a tourist beach with sling loads of foreign young people reveling, recovering in the morning and reveling yet again. We elderly folks, lacking dreadlocks and tattoos, were a minority group and though we are not prone to “party” in the aforementioned way, (when did party become a verb?) still made good use of the sun, sand and ocean. It is instructive to note that we, the aged, mostly had the place to ourselves in ...
So after Hoi An I boarded a flight for my first taste of Cambodia, first stop the beaches of the south to Sihanoukville and the more quieter beach called Otres. It was a bit of a long day to get there totalling 13 hrs, but my friends chad and Emily as well as Cristina and Michael were there to hang out with. I wasn't sure how long I'd spend there, as usual I only booked 2 nights so I could get outta there if I didn't like it ...
... were said. Eventually we found the place. Smile Buri Guest house. It cost us £17 a night which is expensive for us but it's behind Kao San road right in the centre of Bangkok. The hotel is good just very basic. It's a bit of a fall from grace compared to where we have been staying for the last two weeks :-(. We headed out for water and a look around then hit the sack for an early night as we have a lot to fit in ...
After our horrific journey we walked into our dorm with only 1 small lamp on which was daunting because others were asleep and there were so many lizard, bug and god knows what else noises all around us with just a mosquito net for protection. We each had a fan by our round beds inches off the floor but it's so muggy as were on the upstairs of a mushroom shaped shack above the reception. A bad nights sleep later we were more than satisfied with ...
Today was our last day in Sihanoukville, our last day in Cambodia in fact! We will be heading to Vietnam tomorrow to start the next chapter of our journey, it can't have come at a better time as we have been extremely lazy over the last 10 days! As explained in my previous blog, we had continuous, miserable, downpours of rain for a week! We spent our time inside, watching movies and eating food! We missed out on the beach days, sunbathing and exploring the area but luckily the ...