Cheers Boutique Hotel, Restaurant and Bar
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... night when i needed u i was thinking!!!! So went in KFC got some chicken burger thing and you get the wi-fi password on your receipt....didn't bloody work....great so I bought unhealthy **** for nothing!!! Obviously devoured it anyway.... When I had tried to get into my bag to get my iPad out my padlock had changed its code again! Sat there for 15 mins trying to crack the code!!! Randomly went from 261 to 505!!! Love these boots padlocks!!!! Need a new padlock!!! Maybe with a ...
... can also create experiences at the time. They will shape the way we remember our time at that destination. So many great laughs, walks, meals, drinks and even tears were shared at our time in Sihanoukvile with lots of interesting people. It can be sad to leave them forever, but the important ones will stick with our memories for a life time. I can't wait to see who else there is out there in the world, waiting ...
... eating will do me.
If you asked Matt the highlight of his 2 weeks it would probably be "Mike And Craigs", who we discovered served a full roast dinner on a Sunday, roast pork, crackling, yorkies, the lot! Plus apple crumble and custard for dessert. Nom Nom Nom!
As the weather started to improve in our final days at the hotel so did our moods and we decided to treat ourselves to a really nice meal out. We feasted on chicken liver pate, ...
... of all the Sihanoukville offerings. We jumped in a couple of tuk tuks and headed out, and yes it was much better than Serendipity though the women and children with their sales pitches were still prominent. However, after one of the group nearly had the bag ripped off her back by a local lurking thief, everyone was pretty shaken and decided to indulge in a $5 massage.
To finish off our last night in Sihanoukville before heading to Koh Rong we had for a ...
Well, i am back covering old ground, back in old Sihanoukville, Cambodia on route to go up to Laos for a month....
Back in Saigon i finally found i couldnt take a motorbike across the border only to find when i arrive here a French guy called Tony who just drove here from saigon!! Note: Never listen to anything on Lonely Planet again...!
But it may have been a blessing in disguise coming here to buy the bike because about an hour before the bus pulled in it started ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking