Don Brosco Hotel School Sihanouk Ville
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... as we were only 20km away from Sihanoukville! We finally arrived around 5.30pm and took a Tuk Tuk to Footprints Hotel. The hotel is lovely and clean. There are lots of travellers staying here and there are huge sofas infront of a TV which means we can watch films all night! It seems like a really chilled place and I think we're going to like it here. Unfortunately it had rained all day so hopefully we will get some sun ...
... the banks of the makeshift dykes. Houses are no longer on the edges of the river but are set back against a thundering and cumulus sky above. Temples emerge out of the growth along the river banks and some of the houses are on large poles raising them high into the top growth. The river also takes on a different feeling, the slow meandering pace of the river turns into a series of "S" bends and hairpin turns. Sometimes the boat shudders into another gear and ...
... meant we would only have a couple of hours at the island however we still went ahead. Just as we pulled away from the port the fast boat turned up, working perfectly well which swiftly over took us. This was slightly annoying however we were kept entertained by 3 very hungover British boys sat next to us and before we knew it we had arrived in Koh Rong.
It was was as we had imagined Sihnoukville to be. As we left the pier there were ...
... white fish with the meat being tender and flavoursome, and my only regret was that Hoppy the frog hadn't been bigger.
Shortly after we'd finished eating, a meal was served to an elderly chap sat at the table next to us. He'd ordered one of the sharks I'd seen swimming around in a tank and this particular specimen was about a foot and a half long, looking easily sufficient for a 'filling' dinner. However, he asked a waitress to carve it up for him and when she'd ...
... we had to go to Long Beach as it was even more stunning than where we were, although it was a trek away. So we managed to hop on a fisherman's boat for a trip around the island which include snorkeling, fishing and a few hours on the beach. The trip was a great way to fill the day. We visited a deserted island and managed to catch some fish off the boat with the most basic rod ever (some wire wrapped around a can). We then barbecued the fish and sat Long Beach ...
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