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... town near serendipity beach and have dinner and some drinks. This was when we first met our new best friend- Sam. We needed a Tuk Tuk to take us into town so wandered across the road to Sam's Beach Bar and Bungalows and found Sam, an entrepreneur- Tuk Tuk driver come tour operator come restaurant owner come boat driver come full time parent of 2 gorgeous children Pisque and Suer (no idea how these names are actually spelt). He offered us a Tuk Tuk into town ...
... sure going to miss all those stamps we collected in our passports. Monday we head back to Phnom Penh to the embassy to figure out our options. As it is not a full Canadian embassy or consulate our options will be limited...stay tuned...
By the way, I do not have pictures of the beaches, etcetera for this entry, as they were stolen with the camera before I had a chance to download them to the laptop. If you see us in any pictures online please let us know (blog excluded lol)
... up to Serendipity, which is covered in places to sit and eat/drink, including two general styles of places: some appealing more to locals, and others appealing to foreigners. We picked one of the foreigner places, which had $1.50 mojitos and quite tasty food. After passing our time there, we made our way up to the strip of shops leading uphill from the beach, where we bought our Capitol bus tickets back to Phnom Penh. Although our bus sat around for a while and ...
... that you are not interested they make you pinky swear that you will only go to them if you want anything. I have three pinky swears with three people at the moment!! But I figure if I don't get anything it doesn't matter!
Our beach visit was quickly interrupted by some rain so we headed back to the guesthouse. This was unfortunately the start of a major monsoon down poor for a few days. We booked an island trip for the Sunday but when we got up it ...
Kampot and Kep are two provinces that lie along Cambodia's southern coast. After spending last weekend in both of these provinces, I've officially dubbed them my favourite new places in Cambodia! They're both incredibly beautiful, very quiet and laid-back beach, with some of the best seafood I've ever had.
On Friday morning I took the first bus to Kampot, which left at 7:30am. The moto ride to the bus station was a great way to start my weekend - I got to see the city ...
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