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Cambodia Part 5 Finale – Sihanoukville

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.

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One Comment

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

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