Jasmine Valley Eco-Resort
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... a massive development on the land with hotels and holiday homes. We also visited a beautiful waterfall before taking a lazy ride down the river to watch the sunset.
2 days was enough in Kampot before we headed to our last destination in Cambodia, Kep. It is only 1 hour away from Kampot so we thought the journey would be simple enough but no!!! The mini bus dropped us off just outside of Kep they then paid for 2 guys to take us the rest of the ...
... sand was brought in from Sihanoukville, but this is not what it is known for. Kep is famous for its crab and visited a local market to see what the fuss was about. The sea food market does not compare to that of Venezia but is still bustling! It's all about the crab though! Amazing, ridiculously cheap (2 for $6.50) and a very messy affair! It was at the place I was eating that, surprise surprise, I meet the first Kenyan on my travels. ...
... the running down like headless chickens (pun on those poor chickens entirely intended). We had been advised by a couple of people to stay in this place Bodhi Villa and man was it worth the 5hour bus journey! It is basically a series of tree top and floating shacks on the Mekong river with bridges connecting them and a deadly little bar. Because we didn't book they didn't have one room available for three nights but it worked out for the best! Last night we stayed in the ...
... langs de berg omhoog kronkelt. We zien twee eekhoorns en een rat, en verder veel dichte begroeiing en hele hoge bomen met enorme wortels. Micky: "Ik weet hoe dat heet. Dat zijn boomwortels." Dank je, Micky ;-) Na een tijdje wordt het paadje smaller en begint het steeds meer langs een toch wel steile rand te lopen. Nog wel takken en bomen op de deze bergrug, maar je moet hier toch niet naar beneden glijden, want dan zou je je lelijk kunnen bezeren. Tel daarbij op dat de boel ...
... They were basically doing our trip but in the opposite and are off to Australia to live after Asia. They had us at hello. Almost an exact match in personalities, we basically hung out with them for the rest of our Kampot time swapping travelling stories and drinking to all hours of the night.
The next day we hired a moto (what the bikes are called here) and hooned around town for a bit before coming back to just relax. The sun had ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking