Jasmine Valley Eco-Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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We had a fab driver take us to Kep via Salt Farms, Pepper Farms and a cave with a Temple older than Ankor Wat. He had great pleasure in sharing with us how amazing he was, the best Barman in Cambodia, the best Tour Guide in Cambodia, the Best Driver in Cambodia...just all round, The Best! He was alright, happy friendly and didn't rip us off. He got …
... good. It was traditional vietnamese food including fish, squid, oysters, chicken and beef stirfry, morning glory spinach and rice. The next day we arrived at the Castaway's island beach. Tanner, Corey and I did some rockclimbing. It was fun to rockclimb real natural rocks instead of the indoor man made red,blue, yellow walls. There was also a speed boat that took people tubing. Just as we were finishing rock climbing there was a terrible accident. I seen one guy laying on a kayak face ...
... re arriving from Vietnam, but to use the word 'interest' was perhaps stretching it slightly because, basically, there's nothing there. Apparently the town used to be a popular seaside resort for wealthy French tourists, but several decades ago it had started to fall into disrepair (and as a result of the Khmer Rouge regime - more of that later) and now is mostly a burnt out shell of its former sun-drizzled self.
The main thing that the town is known for is crabs ...
... to the Cambodian side, where we had to show our vaccination record. We didn't have ours with us, so we had to pay one dollar to get a security guard to take our temperature (using a forehead non-contact thermometer?!) and got given a piece of paper to say we were healthy. Kate was 37.4 and Ed was 34.9.... They still let us in! Interestingly all the locals were driving through as if it were the England to Wales border, yet the minibus of white people had to go ...
... trees! At the end of the trek we had some well deserved noodles and fried rice and walked an extra 2km back to our guest house. On the way back we saw a monkey get run over by a car which was so sad. He had just grabbed himself some sweetcorn off the road and another monkey tried to steal it off him so he ran across the road :-(. It's been a nice quiet few days in Kampot and Kep but we are looking forward to hitting a big city again, Phnom Penh is our last stop in ...