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Sihanoukville

After a hectic week in the capitol Phnom Penh, we decided to head to the beach and see how the Cambodians relax. Sihanoukville, named after the Cambodian King Sihanouk, is a beach resort on the south-western coast of Cambodia, about a 4 hour bus journey from Phnom Penh.

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Remembering in Phnom Penh

We took the Giant Ibis bus down from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, a very pleasent experience indeed. The bus costs $13, and takes 4-4.5hrs. It is very comfortable with AC, reclining seats, and even WiFi.

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A few days in Siem Reap

We really weren't expecting Siem Reap to be so built up. I don't know about you, but when I think of Cambodia, streets lined with bars, Mexican food and super cheap frozen margaritas are not the image that springs to mind. We wanted to come to see Angkor ...

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Visiting Angkor Wat

We started our SE Asian adventure in Bangkok nearly five months ago, and originally we had intended to go to Siem Reap, Cambodia, as our next stop. However, we ended up getting drawn south instead, through Malaysia, Singapore and the vast mega-country that is Indonesia. Last week we finally left ...

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Mount Kinabalu to Sipolok Orang-utan Rehabilitation Centre and Sipadan Scuba

Kinabalu to Sipolok Orang-utan Rehabilitation Centre

After finishing our one-day hike up Mount Kinabalu we woke up the next day with very stiff legs. Unable to walk far or ascend/descend stairs very well, we were thankful that our homestay in Kinabalu (Tahubang Lodge) was immediately across from the lay-by ...

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