Travel Blogs from Kep
... opportunity to shoot a machine gun mounted on a jeep. The 5 bullets went by really fast but it was cool to try. After the tunnel tour we grabbed lunch before heading to the war history museum. We order this beef hot pot thing. The servers brought out a mountain of leafy vegetables, a plate of beef, sprouts, cucumbers, carrots, sauces, rice paper wraps and a boiling pot of broth. Corey and I had no idea what we were suppose to do and the servers spoke no english. Our server picked up ...
programmed robot. Unfortunately, if you
offer to buy them a meal, they will take you to restaurant where you will buy
them a meal, and they will return it and get the money, which they turn over to
a nearby adult watching over several of these kids. These kids are so street smart and know how
to hustle the tourists. One girl, about
9, came up to sell bracelets to my friend and I. She started at 10 for $5, but when ...
... guide" rushed in in a state of panic as it had been exactly 40 minutes and we weren't at the tuk tuk. (Note: after a month we now run on Cambodian time which is about 20 times slower than Aussie time). So we skulled down our sprites and rushed to the tuk tuk. As we driving along beside the beach we noticed huge piles of sand on the beach and sand on the road. Turns out they import the sand from some other country and use big machines to spread it out on the ...
... because of the ****** internet-connection.
One evening we performed a Belgian song 'En dans' from Clouseau, because there where some Dutch sponsors who came visit the school and the students also had to perform some acts. During the other evenings we went to the resort across the street for a little dive in the pool and to drink or eat something. Sometimes we also had some more work left to do for that day, so we did it there at the bar with free wi-fi and a great internet-connection! ...
Kep - Twined with Clacton-on-Sea, so a real family resort. An imported white sand beach from Kampot, shallow seas ideal for floating in an inner tube, picnic mats and hammocks to rent by the hour, bags of crab to munch your way through and cold Angkor beer to swill it all down. We were there during Chinese New Year and the whole world was down at the beach! Some for the first time, the children wide eyed at seeing the biggest sand pit they had ever seen, ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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I love this place!! Amazing bungalow, amazing pool, and the best views of both the sea and the mountains!
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