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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 …
... trees! At the end of the trek we had some well deserved noodles and fried rice and walked an extra 2km back to our guest house. On the way back we saw a monkey get run over by a car which was so sad. He had just grabbed himself some sweetcorn off the road and another monkey tried to steal it off him so he ran across the road :-(. It's been a nice quiet few days in Kampot and Kep but we are looking forward to hitting a big city again, Phnom Penh is our last stop in ...
... 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 ...
... scheme myself for all of them, so they would understand it more better. Next class of drawing I wanted them to finish, but it was obvious that they had no clue where to start. So I decided to change my preparations and do it real slow and step by step, first we on the eyes, then the nose, after that the mouth and ears to finish with the hair. I want them to practice on their drawing skills and that's why I will use ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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