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Sangkat Pir

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  • Day115

    Ab aufs Boot / Wir bekommen Besuch

    February 27 in Cambodia

    An unserem zweiten Tag in Sihanoukville haben wir Besuch von der lieben Jennie bekommen - wir hatten uns ins Vietnam bei der Halong Bucht kennengelernt. 💗

    Es waren so schöne Tage mit Ihr und wir hatten jede Menge Spaß - vorallem die tägliche Rollerfahrt zu dritt! 😁

    Mit dem Boot haben wir einen Tagesausflug zu den 3 Inseln in der Umgebung gemacht - man konnte schnorcheln, auf einer einsamen Insel relaxen und von einer Klippe springen. 🏖

    Die Schnorchelspots waren leider nicht so toll - man konnte kaum was gesehen und die Korallen waren größtenteils abgestorben ... 😟

    Der Strand und das Meer auf der Insel waren jedoch traumhaft schön! 😍

    Cemil ist anschließend noch von der 8 Meter hohen Klippe ins Meer gesprungen. 😊
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  • Day114

    Für uns ging es weiter in Richtung Meer - nach Sihanoukville. 🏖

    Eigentlich war unser Plan ein paar Tage auf der Insel Koh Rong zu verbringen, aber leider gab es keine guten Unterkünfte mehr in unserem Budget .... 😮

    Sihanoukville ist als Stadt überhaupt nicht schön und voller Baustellen und Casinos - wir haben jedoch das Beste drauß gemacht und ein paar schöne Fleckchen entdeckt! 😍

    Da die Vermieter unseres Airbnb Appartement mit dem "Independence Hotel" eine Kooperation hatten, durften wir den wunderschönen Infinitypool sowie den Spa Bereich nutzen. 💗
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  • Day6

    Sihanoukville, Cambodja

    November 19, 2017 in Cambodia

    Um dia banal. Acordar as 6h da manhã, tomar o pequeno almoço no hotel para ficar mais de uma hora a espera do minibus que nos levaria para Sihanoukville. A paisagem é de lixo e pobreza por isso o melhor é dormir. A última parte da viagem quando o terreno se torna mais montanhoso e menos povoado já se torna mais bonito.
    Perto das 14h chegamos ao nosso hotel longe do centro e da confusão, este hotel fica num monte com vista para o mar (the harbor Light). O dono, francês muito rude e antipático.
    Pousamos as malas no quarto e seguimos de tuktuk para Otres Beach, n°1 no TripAdvisor. Ou os nossos padrões, são elevadíssimos ou as chuvas têm trazido muita terra, muito lixo e hippis malucos.
    Mal chegámos, começou a chover torrencialmente. Almoçamos o nosso caril, ainda ganhei um cerveja com a carica de uma das latas de cerveja. Desde do primeiro dia que nos aconselham a beber cerveja de lata porque podes ganhar prémios ao abrir a carica.
    Apesar da chuva as cores eram vivas, algumas pessoas tomavam e pescadores tentavam a sorte deles. Só não fomos ao mar porque não tínhamos roupas suplentes.
    Regressamos num tuktuk que não conseguia ter potência para as subidas, aqui ao contrário dos outros sítios onde tivemos é só montanhas. Ao contrário deste a maioria dos tuktuks aqui são carros com o telhado cortado e subidos.
    A chegar ao hotel não havia electricidade, fomos para o quarto, cada uma a ler ou a entreter-se mas passado 10 minutos estamos todas a dormir, eu não li uma página e meia do meu livro, 7h da tarde e já dormiamos. Claro que as 4h da manhã tínhamos insónias.
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  • Day8

    Sihanoukville

    July 26, 2011 in Cambodia

    http://www.travelark.org/travel-blog-entry/tofor85/4/1311772645

    Today we met at about 10am for an over-land tour around the area of Sihanoukville. This would be a four part adventure! First up, we visited a small fishing village in the Port area. This was a really interesting look into a simple lifestyle. We'd just been to a fishing village in Hong Kong days earlier, but this was different again. Apparently theres some 300,000 people living in villages like this along the coast of Cambodia.
    From here, our private bus took us through a rocky jungle road to the beach. One thing I forgot to pack was my bathers. That didn't stop us all swimming and playing make-shift volleyball for an hour or so. We then relaxed at the beach front for lunch, cooked by our guide.

    The next stop was a nearby waterfall. We waited a while undercover upon arrival, as heavy rain had arrived. In the meantime we relaxed in hammocks and enjoyed some prickly local fruit; rambutans (similar to lychees). Once it cleared a little, we ventured over a rickety, Cambodian engineered bridge and waded to the base of the waterfall in a picturesque secluded little spot.
    The final spot for the day was a mountaintop pagoda. Here we got a great view of the town of Sihanoukville, as well as the chance to feed bananas to the monkeys that live here.
    On the conclusion of the day tour, we headed to the beach for dinner and drinks. We found a nice place, right on the sand. Here we all enjoyed good food, and cocktails.
    Eating in Cambodia is tremendously cheap. All meals were under $5 US. All cocktails were $2 US. I also ordered a couple of 'cocktail buckets' These were $4 US and served in a sandcastle bucket, probably the same size as 3-4 cocktails...

    After a few cocktails and dancing, we headed off to the same bar we went to last night. Before long, we were all swimming in the pool by the bar. An awesome night, that is just incomparable to anything that could be experienced back home.
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