Travel Blogs from Kampot, Cambodia

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Insights From Kampot: stuck and content, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Insights From Kampot: stuck and content

A travel blog entry by yorron

Whether you are travelling or stationary, you can be either "stuck" or ...

Insights From Kampot: Joy is inside, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Insights From Kampot: Joy is inside

A travel blog entry by yorron

Joy is not to be found outside of myself. Joy is inside me and is constantly available to ...

A lazy day by the river, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

A lazy day by the river

A travel blog entry by larkyontour

Having checked out Kampot and Kep, today was all about just chilling out by the river at the guesthouse and doing bugger all! Internet and food… I was happy! Ended up eating the Andy’s special omelette, green chicken curry and the amazing ...

Coups and Casinos, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Coups and Casinos

A travel blog entry by phil_ozz

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... -stable backbone of SE Asia for 15 years, but as soon as I come, there's a fucking military coup! Luckily we're still in Cambodia, so anything that's going on (and I don't think anything really is) won't effect us. Until we need to catch our flight home ...

Magical moments, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Magical moments

A travel blog entry by lauracollett88

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Two natural wonders in one night just amazing stuff on Koh Rong. Firstly the marine phenomenon that is plankton and not just when you think you can see it glowing this stuff was soooo active. As soon as I stepped foot in the water I could see it glow and ...

Comin' to Kampot, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Comin' to Kampot

A travel blog entry by lisa_nz

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... riverside restaurant or in the room.  So in the end, we gave up and moved on to the beaches of Sihanoukville.  I still think Kampot is quite a nice little town, but it just wasn’t quite working for us, at the time we were there.   ...

Gemütlicher Abschied aus Kambodscha, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Gemütlicher Abschied aus Kambodscha

A travel blog entry by zwanzigdreizehn

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... ?) und sind ziemlich hoch und weisen beeindruckende Kalk-Felsformationen und Stalaktiten auf - die Bilder sprechen für sich. Nach Kampot verirren sich sicher weniger Touris als nach Sihanoukville oder in das nahegelegene Seebad Kep, was sich auch in den ...

Off to Kampot, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Off to Kampot

A travel blog entry by si_ross

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... we had to lean forward loads so we did not topple off the back due to the weight on our backs. We found a guesthouse in Kampot, basic but good enough for the two days we are staying. Paul and Heiki had heard about the opening of this new bar, owned by ...

How do ladies ride side saddle in sarongs??, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

How do ladies ride side saddle in sarongs??

A travel blog entry by juliasussams

Kampot is known for its pepper - which i have to say was really good, even for a taste novice like me.  It's real draw though was Bodhi's Guesthouse.  A little out of town, on the river, it had been recommended to us by Orion's good friend Andy, ...

En route to Kampot, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

En route to Kampot

A travel blog entry by markandsteph

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... one on the bus spoke English and the driver obviously thought we knew where we were going! Here we experienced a slice of rural Cambodia - we were the only tourists and it takes some getting used to being stared at by absolutely everyone. It was almost ...

Wet and Wild, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Wet and Wild

A travel blog entry by matfloyd

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... ! The road became a slickly dangerous ice rink, with random puddles and small lakes everywhere (Camber is an idea yet to hit Cambodia), sunglasses became useless as water seeped inside them and then began to steam up. The only positive thing I can say is ...

Exploring Kampot for a day or two..., Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Exploring Kampot for a day or two...

A travel blog entry by megan1272

... , I thought the island would be a better choice. Well - it was interesting.  I have to keep reminding myself that Cambodia is definitely not know for its beaches.  Since it was the end of the official Khmer New Year, there was unfortunately a ...

Kampotting, Kâmpôt, Cambodia travel blog

Kampotting

A travel blog entry by julie_sam42

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... from Kep and is much bigger. We shared a tuktuk with a Danish guy we’d met on Rabbit Island. Tuktuks are everywhere in Cambodia, as well as the motorbikes, but are much less persistant than in Vietnam (they take no for an answer straight away). The ...

Bumpiest drive EVER, Bokor, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Bumpiest drive EVER

A travel blog entry by kate.leuschke

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... we had paid in Sihanoukville. It all worked out fine, but it was lame to be so stressed out about it.   Kampot (2 hours from Sihanoukville) is the closest town to Bokor National Park where we took the absolute most crazy drive ever up the mountain ...

Kampot, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Kampot

A travel blog entry by kbreezy11

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We arrived in Kampot in the middle of the day and like most of the time, getting off of the bus we were immediately harassed by tuk tuk drivers and guesthouse owners. There was one guest house that had pictures and said that they would give us a free ride ...

Preparation for the Canoe, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Preparation for the Canoe

A travel blog entry by worldtaste

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We went with Mick to Kampot. We arrived by night and we slept in a payote just above the ...

I do like to be beside the seaside, Sihanouk Ville, Cambodia travel blog

I do like to be beside the seaside

A travel blog entry by louandandy

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We popped down to the beach for a few days for a bit of a holiday. This whole travelling really does take it out of you. I mean there's the pints to drink, the sights to look at, the sleeping to do. It's non-stop. Sihnouk Ville is about 4 hours from ...

TukTuk Travelling & Voulnteering, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

TukTuk Travelling & Voulnteering

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88

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... nbsp; Day 321: Tuesday 4th December 2012 I love travelling in as many different ways as possible and given the close proximity of Kampot (Our next destination) and the fact that there were 4 of us we were presented with a very unique possibility. In fact ...

Insights From Kampot: Anything is Everything, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Insights From Kampot: Anything is Everything

A travel blog entry by yorron

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Nothing is Anything Unless Anything is ...

Insights From Kampot: the most joyous perspective, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Insights From Kampot: the most joyous perspective

A travel blog entry by yorron

Always look for the most joyous perspective of the current moment. Reality is multidimensional and holographic so for every single moment, every interaction, any conflict there is a perspective that can see the current moment as ...

2nd day of canoe, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

2nd day of canoe

A travel blog entry by worldtaste

At 6h30 AM, we woke up very fresh from our good night. We ate banana ( a lot of them have been crashed the day before in the rapids) and some kind of rice blowned in present as cookies with the taste of 'smaks'. We take the Canoe to the river under the ...

Homeward Bound, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife

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... teaching mentor Mr. Wong in the city of Kampot. I fell in love with the people and the city of Kampot while backpacking in Cambodia in 2007 ended up staying here becoming a volunteer English teacher at the local primary school. Teaching the kids of ...

One day in Kampot, thats enough for us!, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

One day in Kampot, thats enough for us!

A travel blog entry by philandley

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... crap.  It's rubbish here!!!!  No point to visit at all.  It has nothing that any other village in Cambodia doesn't have.  The Elephant Mountains are close by but I am quite sure that place has not seen elephants for many years. ...

The World's Best Pepper is best with Fresh Crab!, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

The World's Best Pepper is best with Fresh Crab!

A travel blog entry by joelandsonia

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From Phnom Penh we took a local bus to Kampot on the southern coast of Cambodia.   We had been considering an island off the coast of Siknokville but were unable to reach the owners; we'd heard it was a slack place, but no response for a ...

Bokor Hill Station, Bokor, Cambodia travel blog

Bokor Hill Station

A travel blog entry by si_ross

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... bumps,twists and turns we finally got to the top, and what an amazing sight. Looking from what used to be the King Of Cambodia's Palace, we could see the coast of Cambodia leading out into the Gulf of Thailand, quite breath taking!! After a wee break to ...

Gone to pot in Kampot... a pepper pot that is..., Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Gone to pot in Kampot... a pepper pot that is...

A travel blog entry by midniteramblers

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... in the region is not in the town planning or the buildings, but rather in the black pepper plantations outside the town. Even today, Kampot black pepper is considered among the finest in the world. So there! We had planned to stay only a few days, so as ...

Kampot, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Kampot

A travel blog entry by offtherails

... of rented bicycles and found plenty of little cafes, bars and restaurants, often ex-pat owned and clearly the result of Cambodia's place as a prime backpacker destination.  The own also seemed to be teeming with small NGOs and non-profit projects to ...

Kampot ou crazy camboge, Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Kampot ou crazy camboge

A travel blog entry by bafreux

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... pour ce faire controler les plaquettes car ca peut devenir emoragiques.. et il me dit.. i was in thailand then.. think about hospital in cambodia.. no way mate.. just to get AIDS or to make you more sick.. on vu que ces histoires de serpent avait l air ...

Insights From Kampot: It's all good., Kampot, Cambodia travel blog

Insights From Kampot: It's all good.

A travel blog entry by yorron

Everything is Possible and it's All ...

Ghost Town at Bokor Hill Station, Kampot / Bokor Hill Station, Cambodia travel blog

Ghost Town at Bokor Hill Station

A travel blog entry by kimm

Bokor Hill Station was built by the French at the turn of the century to help French newcomers to Cambodia aclimatise. during the Khmer Rouge it was the site of fighting between them and the Vietnamese. Today it's a ghost town. Getting there is a ...

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