Le Papillon d'Or
Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville
... centre, it took us around 30 mins, we bought some fruit and some stationary. The market was quite big, most stalls sold virtually the same things, clothes, bags, veg, meat, spices etc. We decided to catch a tuk tuk back to the hotel rather than walk back as Col wasn't feeling great. Ate at mango cafe in the evening (the place we like to have breakfast), I had veg lasagne and col stuck with a plain pesto pasta. Then had a early night as we are leaving for Siem Reap ...
... been delivered, a person cutting up a live chicken, some guy squashing 4/5 pigs onto the back of his motorbike to drive, then a huge car will come and everyone has to move everything to make room for it, which pushes bikers to drive along the pavement.
This is why I have enjoyed coming in the monsoon season because for 1 or 2 hours a day I can just relax without the millions of noises and smells – just rain. People straight away pack up these amazingly stacked ...
... an hour later. Quite hungry by now, we ran into the only fine establishment that was open at this late hour: the 7-11. With its fine cuisine, delightful employees and exquisite atmosphere, it is one of the brands you learn to appreciate while in Thailand (darn I miss you 5AM drunken toasties!). Its absence duly noted while in Laos, we were sad to find that we would have to go without our molten cheese-fix in Cambodia and Vietnam, too. The border crossing to Poipet, Cambodia was ...
... is meant to be the most efficient in the world to get a Vietnamese visa, even the ones from the Capital get sent here to be issued? Form filled in that had some interesting translation on it and you have to put a date that the visa starts, from which you get your 30 days. Now we both thought we had the same but after a 10 minute wait and $60 each we get them back, my Visa starts on 22nd June, Beckys 21st! Thankfully we have planned on going in on the 22nd so it ...
... your the only western women all the rest Cambodian Lady's.
We got bus from big J's to Kep which was an hour late as usual but it was only a short journey, the bus dropped us at a cafe in Kam Pot and told we was going the rest of the way bu tuk tuk which suggest its not far, it was about twenty miles on roads that were being made ready to lay tarmac so basically dirt roads clouds of dust every where we were sharing ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet