From Kompon Cham we made our way south to a rural home stay. The bus journey was long and the driving erratic but we finaly made it safely to our families home. The group split into two smaller groups of 8 and were allocated a wooden hut each which had four double beds in each (well wooden frames with mats anyway). The family were on site but unfortunately we never interacted with them too much, although Hannah did exchange wedding photos as their own daughter was only recently married as well. Why are you wearing a skirt Sir?
The site was in the middle of a national park so we got to swim in a river and jump off rocks into the water.
The site is sponsored by Oxfam and there is a central kitchen where the famileis cook for the home stay guests. The meal was once again very good and curry similar to the lunch in Kompon Cham, but no spiders this time. Topped of with some horrific Karaoke by some members of the trip (no names but it was not me thankfully) we went for an early night.
Woken by the rooster in the morning we wnet for a walk up to a scenic waterfall in the searing heat before jumping on the bus for sihanoukvill "Cambodias Premier Beach Resort". In truth the town was not up too much and the beach extremely busy and overcrowded with bars, beggars and brick a brack sellers. Unfortunately one of our group had her bag snatched at knife point, which was a little scarry.
Hannah and I just spent 2 days here chilling at the 5 star hotel that had a private beach and pool you could use for the day for $4. Next stop Phnom Penh.