Cheers Boutique Hotel, Restaurant and Bar
Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville
... meant there would be only 4 of us! Fine by us. We quickly finished breakfast, dropped our passports at the front desk's safety deposit box and headed outside to meet the driver who would take us to the dock. One thing I don't think we'll ever get over are the smells that accommodate an underdeveloped country. Whether in the streets, the country side, or climbing into a taxi cab, the smells are overpowering. Garbage and sweat, occasionally mixed ...
... Rong which was at the other side of the island. Because there was nobody really on this side of the island it was going to cost me 40$ (they use US dollars here!) to get there. I also was feeling a bit sick (I think I was just dehydrated) and a bit homesick and because there was no wifi it wasn't making me feel any better! So the old French hippy that owned the place told me I was better getting a boat back to the mainland then head back out to the main ...
... whilst worryingly watching a storm get closer and closer in the background! Finally the heavens opened and we all grabbed a beer and then jumped in the sea, it was absolutely pouring down thunder going off in the background and we were just drinking beer in the sea, quite a moment, definitely a first for me! After the rain had stopped we grabbed some noodles before cramming into our tiny tent just waiting for the storm to hit us ...
... non-guests to use their restaurant; being the food snobs that we are, each night we ventured, with torch in hand, a couple hundred metres along the beach to dine at the posh restaurants, before returning to our guesthouse for a nightcap drink, as it was slightly more lively.
As you can imagine the daytime consisted of mainly sun, sea and sand followed by sunset beers and cocktails. We thoroughly chilled out and were enjoying being back on the beach so much we de ...
... non-monk) children who were either begging or trying to sell pathetic handmade bracelets. Some deformed adult beggars were also active. The man with legs amputated above the knees who had what looked like parts of inner tubes capping his stumps was the most moving. Heng, our guide, had told us of the murderous Pol Pot who had killed 3,000,000 of his countrymen (The movie, “The Killing Fields,” a few years back, did a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking