Cambodia Part 5 Finale - Sihanoukville


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Finally it’s here! The last post for my Cam­bo­dia trip.

And I have to say that I love this set of pic­tures the most because we went to the beach!

A bridge on the beach.

After we went around Phnom Penh for a day, we drove all the way down to Sihanoukville to get some blue sky, white sandy beaches and clear water.

From Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville.

The weather was really on our side.

A jetty at a fish­ing vil­lage and crys­tal clear water.

We stayed at this Tran­quil­ity Guest­house for 2 days. Every­thing was great but too bad some­thing happened.

The gov­ern­ment was doing some cel­e­bra­tion thus draw­ing all the elec­tric­ity to the city and we left we unsta­ble elec­tric and water supply.

Tran­quil­ity Guesthouse.

But the beau­ti­ful beach has already made up to it.

Blue sky, white sandy beach and clear water.

Besides, when we got to eat some deli­cious seafood, who cares about no elec­tric­ity or water?!

Look at the golden scrump­tious mouth-watering prawns and crabs, mmmh… don’t you just feel like lick­ing your mon­i­tor now?

Man­tis prawns, prawns and crabs.

A boat parked near the beach.

Given the beau­ti­ful scener­ies, how can we resist from camwhor­ing right? Right, so we did.

Me walk­ing on the beach.

Erin under the bridge.

More of us pos­ing under the bridge.

The next day, we went island hop­ping and snorkelling.

We stopped at one of the islands and our tour guide pre­pared the lunch on the beach for us.

Grill fish and French bread for lunch on the beach.

Well, I have to say that snorkelling there wasn’t as good as some islands in Malaysia for exam­ple Redang. The reefs and fishes there were very limited.

All of us done with snorkelling.

So this is it, the end of our jour­ney started from Siem Reap all the way to Sihanoukville.

Really wanna thank Sophea for all her effort in mak­ing all the arrange­ments, com­mu­ni­ca­tion, food order­ing, price argu­ing and tour guiding.

It was really a won­der­ful and mean­ing­ful trip.

All the things I saw, all the food I ate and all the expe­ri­ences I had, will surely remain in my mem­ory for many years to come.

All of us with Sophea’s family.

Cam­bo­dia Series


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kopiais16 December 20109:50 PM

You’re wel­come.
Now I miss home. *sigh*

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