Kep Guest House

Road 33a, Kep, Cambodia | Hotel
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Rabbit Island

A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant


... unattended. I probably shouldn't worry about it, but I go back, sit under the thatched canopy, and read while I dry off. There are lots of places a long the beach where you can get food. We pick one out and order a very belated lunch. Around 4:30 we head back to the mainland after being here for a good five or so hours. Our tuktuk driver is there when we return and we go back to the lodge for rmuch-needed showers. After such a late lunch, none of ...

A “Lazy” Day

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is


... all possible tension. So we made it to the very top of the hill we had been walking around, only 6m shorter than the tallest peak in this park. Sadly the only reward was a kick-ass sense of accomplishment as the vine crusted trees blocked out any view. We were still a good way away from Sunset Rock and the light was beginning to dim.

So without so much time as to high five we set off, exhausted, down the much less steep side of the hill (there ...

Bokor & A Day in Kampot

A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant


... in the 20's. It is quite ugly because all of the beautiful brick work was covered over with concrete by the Khmer Rouge during their reign of terror. It was also one of the last holdouts by the Khmer Rouge when the Vietnamese invaded in '79. The orange lichen covering the old buildings is velvety to the touch. Surprising! I expected brittle. The driver provided lunch. Pork-fried rice. Yummy. We stop at a waterfall on the way down the mountain. Only it's the dry ...

Departure & Arrival

A travel blog entry by ielke


... at the airport and gave us a tour of the school. We could also have some supper where we've met 2 other volunteers from Australia, after finishing our meals we had a nice chat
with a little beer but went to bed early before 22h. In the morning we needed to take breakfast at 7h and after that we went to the oratory to take a look, observe and participate. It's a place where children can come ...

Farewell to the children & holiday mode!

A travel blog entry by bethincambodia


... as nice as previous cycles so we were relieved when 3 and a 1/4 hours after we set off, it was over. As ever - a rest by the pool was required.

And then onto my final week teaching. I had decided to theme a few key lessons around 'Safari' - we had two spare lessons (don't ask - it's Cambodia) so I was able to show 'The Lion King' which the students of all ages loved, we of course had the singing, and then we drew Safari animals and made a couple of ...


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