The Bungalow

# 144, Gr. 4, Kamakor village, Battambang, 053, Cambodia | B&B
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Masterchef Cambodian style

A travel blog entry by nikki.yates86

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5

... us the miserable face all day, but was still a good day out!

Tomorrow we are going to get a longggg bus back to the capitol phnom penh then another bus to sihanoukville to the coast where we can get our boat out to the treehouses in the morning. It will take about 12 hours to get there. So, of course no internet on the island, nor electricity. Just a bamboo treehouse overlooking the ocean with nature and jungle. Cannot wait. Watch this space.... :)

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Riding the Bamboo Train

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn

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... many parts of Cambodia, but during the war, many parts of the tracks were ruined and have not been repaired. The bamboo trains are made up of two sets of track wheels, a wooden frame with bamboo beds, and a small motor. A mat and pillows are laid out on the bed of the train for tourists and it's about a 15 minute ride each way. When another train is coming in the opposite direction, whichever bamboo train has the fewest people needs to be taken off the track so the other train can ...

Fishing Village, Banan Temple, Circus Performance

A travel blog entry by tonymm

114

... the temple. Very similar to Angkor Wat. Then headed down the other side of the hill. I noticed a new irrigation channel that had been built. This is to make the best use of flood waters for farming when the wet session arrive. Negotiating down the hill was a bit of a challenge. On the other side of the mountain was another temple, but this time inside a cave. We were provided with small torches to guide us through the cavernous passage ways. We worked our way through ...

Markets, Bamboo train, Killing cave, Bat Cave

A travel blog entry by tonymm

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... government house. Visited the stone bridge, thanks to the French. Saw some kids netting fish in the river. Stopped and had a freshly squeezed sugar cane juice with ice, most refreshing in this 30+ degree temperature. Something about hot climates, you see the similar trees, the bouganvilla, poincianas, like in Greece & Vietnam. Clever use of bamboo scaffolding for building construction, it bends and stretches in the wind. Next stop was the bamboo railway. This ...

Boat from Siem Reap to Battambang

A travel blog entry by tonymm

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... the river side. I then turned right via the side streets, back into the main part of town. The town is laid out very logically in a grid like pattern with street names and numbers. Probably a by-product of the French occupation of this area. The Khmer royal family governed for six generations until 1907
when the province was ceded to the French to be reunited with Cambodia
as part of the French Indochina colony. Walking the streets you are approached ...

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This B&B, located on # 144, Gr. 4, Kamakor village, Battambang, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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