Cheers Boutique Hotel, Restaurant and Bar
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we arrive at our new abode, a small bungalow made of straw between the jungle and seafront. We enjoy the sunset in the refreshing waters of the Gulf of Thailand. The sky is on fire; it beautifully contrasts with the turquoise colour of the sea. We end the night enjoying the peace and quiet in the hammocks on our balcony. The waves sing us to sleep with their sweet lullaby. Peace out, ...
... You Tube. He pulled out his smart phone and showed me the news reports on You Tube. There is a dedicated channel on You Tube showing what is taking place at the moment in Cambodia, as the nothing will ever be shown on the government run TV stations. The young people of Cambodia who are tech savvy, are learning about Greece, Syria, and other places around the world who are experiencing uprisings, thanks to the internet. They will be the ones to take action in the future. Watch this space.
... love a drink but the crowd on Ko Rong was more 18-21 years old, and I don't think we would fit into that drinking culture so well any more (those depressing moments when you realise your age). There is plenty of time for a tropical island party when we hit Thailand's islands in a few weeks.
The boat was due to leave back to the mainland at three. As the Khmer New Year was on there were many local tourists on board, and it appeared they were enjoying their ...
... I am here alone..not for too long since he is only steps ahead of me...since I travel, there was no time I was in a room on my own, so yes I am totally enjoying it. Although it is weird...enjoyable weird
Olz was the one who took care of me when I was sick...and this time it was me that moaned a lot..he took it well, but once he left it was the family I we were staying with looked after me.
I will miss this island a lot...like I ...
... him and we found a large round squashy seat for a milk feast. Not knowing what we would find, we had arranged with a tuk tuk to come back in a few hours. A shame as we would have stayed all night! Although, i did get to go briefly back when I realised I'd lost my phone. Which is acting as our camera among other things. Luckily it was in the 'milk' chair, underneath someone else and I quickly found it. I received many a high five from my bearded helpers. We ...