Rabbit island

Koh Tonsay Travel Blog

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We took the boat over to Rabbit Island or Koh Tonsay to use the Khmer name. The boat took about 30 mintues. We arrived on a little piece of paradise - a small island with a few shacks set up selling seafood lunches, a few locals and a handful of tourists. After a short stroll around the end of the island, we found a bamboo 'bed' and a woman ran over and put a mat on it for us. This was free if we ate at her restaurant. Here we chilled out under the shade and read our books, with the water lapping on the beach just a few metres away. When it was time for a swim, the water was so warm and wonderful.

For lunch, we ate a huge plate of prawns cooked in peppercorns and some rice. Was delicious!! A lovely relaxing day and just wished we had known that we could have stayed here for the night, would have been a very quiet and chilled out evening! Instead we went back on the boat and spent the evening at the "El Dorado' restaurant, which served up Hungarian food! Was lovely and had a nice evening there with a few cheap drinks to help the evening along.

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