Kep Guest House
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... this time of day, it seemed like the town was deserted everyone having a siesta so we headed back to Bokor Mountain Lodge hot and bothered so we decided to hit the air conditioned room for a while and have our own siesta. V and Tan picked us up at 4.40pm for a sunset boat trip down the Kampong river. They bought beers & beef jerky for the trip as a present for our Wedding anniversary, the trip was about 40 minutes long and you could see a lot of bungalow type ...
... Then an elderly couple from New York who were sat at the front with me asked for my help, so I ended up helping to complete their cards too.
It was at this point that I had to go and get my photo, as Dan had them. I popped my head into the stern area and asked for my picture, he fished them out, handed me one, and I headed back to the bow of the boat, but Dan followed me and shouted “Hey, anytime you want to switch. Just give me a shout, ...
Arriving in the quiet town of Kampot we decided not to waste any time and jumped in a tuk tuk to Kep- a wee fishing town an hour and a half away which was renound for its crab. We were dropped off at the crab market which was pretty much just a row of 7 or 8 seafood restaurants all facing the sea. However, if you kept walking just a bit further down the road you were able to observe the mechanics of the ...
... exotic. It made for a nice change.We
finally felt like we were in an exotic place. When we arrived in Kep,
which is a sleepy town that doesn't actually have a city center, the
bus stopped for some motorcycle taxis to talk to us. They said the
bus couldn't go up the road to the hotel we wanted and we had to take their
taxis. The entire thing was clearly a scam so we said we would rather
walk. The bus continued on ...
... voor stap verder en staan we vijf minuten later veilig op het ‘echte’ pad. We hebben een heel eind klauterwerk afgesneden en kunnen nu weer min of meer relaxed verder. Onderweg komen we nog langs een nonnenhuis, of eigenlijk een 1-non-en-2-gevaarlijk-blaffende-honden- huis. Maar de non roept haar gespuis voordat ze ons opeten terug, om vervolgens in het Khmer onze kinderen liefdevol toe te spreken. Iets verderop komen we een oude spookachtige Wat tegen. Nog een ...
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