Kukuluku Beach Club
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Day 552 The river teased us for two days in Kampot. Looking all cool and refreshing but really nowhere to swim. Couple this with a mostly deserted town and we were itching for change already. Whenever Kampot was mentioned Kep was right there in the same sentence, like Kitchener-Waterloo it was always, Kampot-Kep. Only twenty five kilometers down …
Highlights Accommodation. We stayed at a small guesthouse with only a few rooms for $20 a night, it was a 20 minute walk from the town making it very quiet and a relaxing place to stay. We played volley ball in the swimming pool and had a soak after our hot days exploring the local area. Crab Market. Kep is famous for 2 things crabs and pepper. We …
... It was beautiful and as the park hugged a series of hills we were treated to some pleasant views of our sleepy town. The owners of a local café, Led Zep, had taken it upon themselves to put up signs, maps, and even a multiple choice quiz along the length of the trail. It was very well done and made the walk so much more pleasant as we did not have to stress about getting lost. Hats off to those guys.
After a couple of km's we were given ...
... and met all teachers and students. We also got the chance to meet the managers of the departments we will teach in. Mine is Sothearith Suong, head of the Art Communication sector, he went to university to study fine arts and philosophy and is now teaching drawing, wood-carving and English grammar here, so those will be the subjects I'm going to teach. He's a really nice man, I even got my own desk at his office and he kept on saying that he's really glad ...
... last two years, and longer.
Soreya is very happy to show us his garden and all it's bounties. He climbs the trees to fetch us fresh coconuts and oranges. He proclaims to us he's very happy in his peaceful little world, with his family and community friends scattered across the now dry rice paddies. We think it's pretty cool too.
The folks are lovely and feed us a stupid amount of traditional food, impressing us with their richness, in foods and rice and fruit. It's ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsKukuluku Beach Club Kep
We came here for a night or two and ended up staying six. This place is a bit out of town but it is only a two dollar ride to the market. It is a bit older than a few of the others we seen but it has character and super friendly staff. Petra is awesome. It is low season and we had the resort to ourselves for the entire time. The pool is clean and welcoming in the heat. What a great place to chill and relax.
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