No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Khemra Guesthouse Kampot
Travel Blogs from Kampot
Disembarking from the bus, I was greeted with the usual swathe of overzealous tuk-tuk and motorbike drivers offering rides and I found one who'd take me to Arcadia for a reasonable price.
I should explain at this point that despite Cambodia having its own currency (the riel) it's not common practice to use it, with around 95% of transactions being carried out in US dollars instead and almost all ATMs dispensing dollars. Presumably this is due to ...
... his many girlfriends from the local gang and their push-pop intentions. Sadly Ganesha's bargain price was still too many dollars for us by about a third and on Monday we headed back to Monkeys, but not before making the most of our remaining hammock time. Our French host said she had no one booked in our room so to take our time. Her husband muttered something about his love of passion fruit flowers, of course he did. Kampot has it's very own picture ...
... far worse state than the casino, evidence of its short tumultuous life scars the walls. Bullet holes, and Vietnamese graffiti can be read, or not. There are some more modern additions too. The original alter remains. With the sun now out and poncho off we stopped at most of the impressive viewpoints on our decent into Kampot. We got familiar waves from the Khmer family we saw up top on the way down, and again, and again. We're starting to love the people here. We got back to Monkeys ...
... which was a lot of fun because the road was curvy. Next we stopped at a beach for icecream. Last stop was a cave temple and then we made it to Hoi An. The tour ran a bit late as it was dark when we arrived. Corey, Tanner and I had funny stripped tan lines from the elbow pad straps. Wish I took a picture of it. All in all it was such a great tour and I recommend anyone travelling in Vietnam to go on Le Family Riders tour. I am so glad I had a family that rode dirtbikes growing ...
... the soft side of me.
I was afraid for our safety and this was down to the Transport arrangements travelling from A to B. Also having the time that I have had in 24 years Military Service I felt that it maybe time to call it a day in Asia.
We then agreed that we would look at another plan.
We spoke about many things and then we came up with a decision to fly home and go and tour Europe for a few months and then fly out ...