One last beach day | Cambodia

With now 4 friends in town, we were glad to have stayed an extra day in Sihanoukville. To be honest though, it was killing us that we still had to leave. With our Vietnamese visa starting up on December 1st, and knowing that we would need a full month to explore the country, we didn’t have much of a choice. Part of what we love about traveling is the ability to be flexible and fluid, and having a pre-arranged visa with fixed dates was sort of cramping our style. Still, we made the most of our last day hanging out on the beach and finishing up with an epic seafood BBQ.

happy
Magalie & Travis
fancy pants

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the gang
Dan-O Showing Off His Pictures
Magalie & Dan-O Taking Pictures
the busy side
the quiet side
Dano
daily assortment


daily drink


Magalie (aka Maggie)
before and after

PS. Some of the pictures above are by Tara & Tyler – clicking on the photo will bring you to their respective owner. The two pictures bellow are by Natasha, but I did the edit since I could no longer find them online.


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About Magalie

Canadian girl living in Texas, off to see the world when she can!
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6 Responses to One last beach day | Cambodia

  1. Jill says:

    In that second photo are you reading A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian?

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  2. Natasha says:

    Maggie, reading these last few posts bring back so many fabulous memories and makes me want to start traveling again. I am so very happy we met you both. Hopefully some day we will meet up again.

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    • Magalie says:

      Thanks Natasha, I hope so too! I plan on getting my Green Card so I can visit the States as often as I wish, and you guys are always welcome to visit us in Canada!

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  3. Great food, Good beaches and a lot of fun!!
    If you return to Cambodia I would love to show you the Islands and or course the tranquillity of Kep and Rabbit Island. Cambodia is always overshadowed by its neighbours when it comes to beaches but there are some hidden gems. You just have to know where to look!

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