Chez Claude

Address: 2 thnou, Sihanoukville, 99000, Cambodia | Hotel
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      Don't be a moron/ nie bądź kretynem

      A travel blog entry by karolinajb on Oct 23, 2014

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      ... idiotów (czytaj turystów), którzy często nawet nie zdają sobie sprawy z tego co robią. Ilość sierocińców w Kambodży jest porażająca- w dużej części odpowiedzialne są za to miny lądowe pozostawione tu przez wojny przetaczające się po kraju i bratnią hamerykańską pomoc. Niestety niektórzy robią na tej tragedii niezły biznes a obcokrajowcy z poczuciem winy ...

      Phnom Penh - Kampot

      A travel blog entry by ayoung435 on Oct 19, 2014

      21 photos

      ... the 1 hour boat journey across to meet everyone again. This will be my last stop in Cambodia before VIETNAM!! Once again, this trip is amazing. I've even been thinking about what I'll do after I finish my travels, and the realisation is that I can do what I want, as long as I put the work in; there is nothing stopping me and that is a wonderful feeling, my mind is just rushing with possibilities and ideas and yet, there is still no rush. To quote Cat Stevens again, 'one day at a ...

      How to be a total idiot and survive

      A travel blog entry by jemraven on Aug 20, 2014

      ... near-accidents on his motorbike and to be honest, I realised that what I'd experienced was relatively minor in comparison. Still hurt though.

      A short while after, we walked (note: I stumbled) down to the beach to a restaurant where we pestered throughout the course of the meal by small children trying to sell us horrible touristy stuff like things with flashing lights, key rings, sunglasses and flowers. One boy no older than six spoke surprisingly good English and had a ...


      A travel blog entry by druce903 on Jun 28, 2014

      29 photos

      ... of her chair so hard she nearly flew out of it. Needless to say we were very relieved to finally arrive in Phnom Penh. On our first night we met up with Aileen's friend James from England and his mate Karl who were also travelling in Cambodia. The next day we headed to the S21, which is the gaol that the prisoners were kept in before being taken to the killing fields. It was a very Harrowing experience and it was hard to believe that it all took place in the mid to late 70's. It ...

      Saved by the Beach

      A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on May 26, 2014

      35 photos

      ... alike lazily sipping on their exotic drinks. The music was loud and the bass
      was high, giving the ocean air a pulse that seemed to quicken ours. Gazing out into the ocean you could just barely make out the silhouettes of dozens of the long tail and junk boats we had seen earlier. There must have been at least 20 of them anchored just almost out of sight in
      the darkness. They watched the night and festivities unfold as they had done ...