Don Brosco Hotel School Sihanouk Ville
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... than the rest of the year. Professional guidance is available on the beach to assist divers and the snorkellers. Diving has been part of the Sihanoukville scene for quite some time, October to June being the busiest period. Some of the most talked-about dive sites are Koh Rung Samloem and Koh Kon which are quite close to Sihanoukville. Those who have more time should also dive at Koh Tang, Koh Prins, and Condor Reef, which are further ...
Yesterday was so relaxing! We had a great sleep in in our bungalow, before walking down to a bar called Beach Chalet where we spent our whole day lying on sun beds, getting massages, drinking cosmopolitans and swimming. Such a hard life! During the day we found out that there was a market on at night so we organised with 2 of our friends from the volunteer house who are staying further down the beach (Otres 2) to go. We were told it was only 1km down the ...
... we wandered home to bed.
The next day we basically spent most of the day on a bus to Sihanouk Ville. This was the first time we hadn't booked ahead and we were to pay for this, as we wandered about after dark asking every guest house if they had rooms.
'Sorry, all full' they inevitably said.
Eventually we found a room which was being held for some other guys but they then said they found somewhere else. It was lovely, but at $25 a night ...
Full of protein and rather tasty, the humble cricket is on offer here and last night I took myself right out of my comfort zone and gave them a try . Crunchy and rather tasty, yet not a delicacy I will seek out on a regular basis. All in a day really in Kampot town . Never a dull moment here.
I have found a rhythm and find myself still totally fascinated by and immersed in this place.
Today started with a trip back to ...
... church and police office and a couple of king Sihanouk's summer houses. It was first abandoned by the French in the 40's and then again in the 70's when the good old Khmer Rouge took over and decided to hide away up there all the way up until the early 90's! We rented some scooters and decided to explore the mountain for ourselves. There were loads of tours on offer but they always rush you around and you have to do what they say. So up we went, paying $1 to take ...
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