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Travel Blogs from Kep
... southeast Asia. He is on his way to Kep to try their world renowned crab dishes. Once we got dropped off, literally in the middle of the road at the edge of town, tuk-tuks were awaiting. We split on one with Lee and headed out looking for somewhere to stay. We each had done some research and had an idea of where we wanted to stay. Our first stop was our pick the Kep Seaside Resort. I ran up to check out the brand ...
... back to my room to grab my laptop and return to one of the bars. As I was walking back down this little alley to get to the beach a woman asked if I wanted a pedicure and I gave the usual response "Not now maybe later". So of course she just followed me and patiently waited until I got settled in a seat before asking again to which I replied “maybe tomorrow”. The next thing I know she’s plopped her little stool down beside me to ...
... for 3pm. We gathered our things and checked out, but upon arriving at the north side it was clear the boat wasn’t leaving any time soon. We sat and chatted to an English and American couple who were travelling Southeast Asia after living in China for 18 months. Eventually, we were assigned boats and were on our way back to the mainland. On the way back it was a lot rougher our bags got soaking at the front of the boat as did a group of three girls who made ...
... It was all a bit strange as we thought we had to get out to walk a tiny distance to cross the physical border before getting back in the minivan waiting for us ahead. We were just talking about how no one had checked anything when we nearly walked straight past a couple of almost dozing men who we hadn't noticed, who shouted at us to stop and show them our passports. They were checked we had visas in our passports and waved us on. It was all a bit of an ...
... along with Julia’s boyfriend, Jan, and some of her other friends.
We had a wonderful weekend down in some great little palces by the coast, set amongst rural and tropical Cambodian surroundings. Despite a lot of rain we still managed to get in some quality beach time, along with markets, eating local crab, eating yummy ribs, going to the local zoo, getting ourselves around on motorbikes, swimming in the river, and general chillaxing, including having ...
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