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TravelPod Member ReviewsMasada Resort Kep
I love this place!! Amazing bungalow, amazing pool, and the best views of both the sea and the mountains!
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... and were here to just drink. We were fortunate to meet one other lonesome traveller Richard who hung out with us majority of the time. The view from the boat was gorgeous. All you could see was grey rock formations covered in green plants popping up out of the blue sea. There was so many of these formations everywhere for as long as you could see. Some of the little islands had beaches and I remember seeing one that had a little temple. There were also locals living in shacks on the ...
... like the Cambodia I'd come to hear about. She asked if she could have a lift to Kep, the next town we were heading to, and after we'd shifted around in the back to make room she managed to squeeze in next to me. As we continued along the road I asked whether it was usual to be kept waiting for a bus here and she said that a delay of up to 2 hours was totally standard but 4 hours was completely ridiculous. She asked me where I was staying in Kep and I said I didn't know, so ...
... to get stranded on the island. We managed to get a boat back once the storm had calmed down but it was still really choppy, it was a wet ride back. The Kampot/Kep region is famous for its Pepper and on our last day we visited a pepper farm. It was really interesting to see how the different types of pepper are grown and harvested and we brought some to take home. There was still a lot of the afternoon left so we went up to the National Park. We intended just to have ...
... market for dinner. We went to the 'Holy Crab' restaurant that we had read about online. The crab is in cages out in the sea and they literally swam in to get some out for us to eat, it was so nice and the whole meal only cost is £5 each - pur most expensive meal to date though!We were sat right on the sea front and watched the sunset as we had dinner - a perfect last night in ...
... some fresh crab from the local crab market. It's a really good setup, you pay a couple of dollars for the locals to fish out their crab baskets from the sea, inspect them yourself (I held a live one for which I'm proud) and steam them in the adjacent ovens - hey presto, fresh crab for lunch and they were delicious, if you can look past the aggro of sucking out the meat and getting a bit grubby in the process.
After polishing off three crabs we cycled around the ...