Kep Guest House

Road 33a, Kep, Cambodia | Hotel
Prices starting from $12.00

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South Coast - Kampot Pepper, Kep and Serendipity

A travel blog entry by lisaptraveller on May 06, 2014

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Finally we were on the bus to the south coast. We had decided to stay on Serendipity beach, mainly because I like to say the word, but also this was the main lively area with several mellow beach bars and restaurants. We checked into a small guesthouse called Mick and Craig's on the main strip to Serendipity. The room was basic and unfortunately …

Vietnam- Good Morning Vietnam!!!

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey


... for her to make our meals. Besides the language barriers I swear we were the only foreigners in town as people stared in awe as we walked passed; I can assure you that not many travellers pass through this area. Vietnam comes to an end; what a blast. This country has so much to offer. It's delicious foods, great people, amazing scenery, charming towns, thousands of rice fields and touching history. One of my favourite visits so far in SE Asia. Breanne's point of view Once ...

Kep - tasty seafood, bike rides and national park

A travel blog entry by bridgetluke

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... There were lots of ladies selling the crabs they had been catching that day and barbecues to cook them on. They caught the crabs in baskets about 200 metres out into the sea, you could see the men standing out in the sea and bringing in the baskets. We wanted to try crab for dinner so we opted for a big fish on the barbecue for lunch which was really nice. We then biked along the coastline and into the small town which had a nice little beach and a giant ...

Kampot and Kep aka. Pepper and Crab

A travel blog entry by natandross


... some fresh crab from the local crab market. It's a really good setup, you pay a couple of dollars for the locals to fish out their crab baskets from the sea, inspect them yourself (I held a live one for which I'm proud) and steam them in the adjacent ovens - hey presto, fresh crab for lunch and they were delicious, if you can look past the aggro of sucking out the meat and getting a bit grubby in the process.

After polishing off three crabs we cycled around the ...

Concrete Jungle to Riverside Bliss

A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards


... and another trip to the night market. We met the English owner of this place who was lovely, introduced himself and asked if we needed anything. He also told us his staff would be incredibly happy to babysit the kids if we wanted to grab some dinner alone and that they would relish the chance for some selfies with a western baby! A really top guy who has obviously put a lot into this place, bringing English standards (some of the best food we've ever had- ever) with ...


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