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  • Camboooodia (so far) Ok we had our lovely 36 hour journey including the border crossing (Aranya Prathet to Poipet) in which we were approached and taken to the "Cambodian Consulate' which it really was not, to get our visas. After much scam tactics Posted by Kitanddup in THE BLONDIES GO TRAVELLING | Feb 5, 2011
  • R & R from our Holiday[b]“Must be high-tide” I think to myself as I sit down on the patio floor of the bar, my feet hanging over the edge so it’s submerged in the water. The water is still warm this time of the Posted by Al Jam in Insert Life Here | Feb 2, 2011
  • Sihanoukville[b]It was beginning to occur to me that Cambodia is what Thailand would have been like 20 years ago, before tourism had taken away all the exotic charms of unspoilt beaches, and locals would treat visitors with friendly fascination rather Posted by Al Jam in Insert Life Here | Jan 30, 2011
  • BattambangWe've managed to leave the beach and carry on with the rest of the trip. Sihanoukville was brilliant, we'd had no idea what to expect as we had heard there was a lot of development taking place, but it is Posted by katcharles in Kat's travels | Jan 27, 2011
  • Sihanoukville, CambodiaWe've finally been swimming in the sea :) Got to Sihanoukville a couple of days ago, it's a beach in the south of Cambodia and really quiet. With white sand and warm water we're thinking we could stay here forever. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint Posted by katcharles in Kat's travels | Jan 17, 2011
  • Group No. 2 and CambodiaFor those of you who aren't familiar with my introduction to grad school, I spent the first nine months of my program in a dysfunctional team (I mean this quite literally-- our personality assessments were used to create intentionally conflicting Posted by NicHaris in Life, hit me with your best shot. | Jan 10, 2011
  • Brilliant XmasHello. Merry Christmas :) haha. On friday morning we left for Sihanoukville, about 4 hours away from Phnom Pehn. We got there and immediately headed for the beach for lunch. The menu had a few happy pages where you could buy Posted by AMellar in A years volounteering around the world | Dec 29, 2010
  • Sihanoukville's Slum KidsLast week I met a Khmer English Teacher, after a small chat, he invited me to go and see the poorer side of Sihanoukville. So, we head off in the afternoon armed with pencils, books, notepads & crayons. We leave the Posted by PeterError in CarryonCambodia | Nov 12, 2010
  • Jon & Kylie's Unofficial Khmer WeddingA few days ago, whilst enjoying a beer on the beachfront, a guy called Nick asked me if I wanted to go to a Khmer Wedding. I immediately accepted (free food, beer and khmer women). During the conversation I also Posted by PeterError in CarryonCambodia | Oct 31, 2010
  • Weird Khmer foodIf you want to try real khmer food whilst in Sihanoukville, head down to the NightMarket next to GoldenLion. street vendors and small outdoor restaurants cater for khmers & Westerners alike. From the traditional khmer A Mok Curry to Posted by PeterError in CarryonCambodia | Oct 30, 2010
  • Driving in SihanoukvilleDriving around Sihanoukville is a full on experience. here are some rules: 1. If his car is bigger than yours, Move ! 2. Don't trust red lights cambodians don't 3. Always wear a helmet 4. If stopped by police remember: they only want Posted by PeterError in CarryonCambodia | Oct 29, 2010
  • No Holiday in Cambodia The weather in Sihanoukville prevents us from achieving our aim of sitting on the beach cocktails in hand. So we settle for chilling out with out new British buddies in the wooden terrace of our guesthouse, ordering endless amounts cheese Posted by aspindi in Flying East for Winter | Oct 16, 2010
  • Heading to Sihanoukville So we got our Dr Fish massage (photos to come) where you dunk your feet in a pool of man-eating fish, ok i exagerrate, dead-skin eating fish. Bit tickly at first but is quite nice after a while and our Posted by aspindi in Flying East for Winter | Oct 11, 2010
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