Les Manguiers

Address: Kampot, BP 712 , Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kampot


A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Nov 24, 2014

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... we decided to borrow the bikes again and tackle the national park. We had breakfast in a small cafe overlooking the sea near the Crab Market. While we were eating, a woman walked through the shallow waters below dragging something like a lobster pot. She obviously startled a shoal of fish because dozens of small, silver darts jumped out of the water ahead of her. Their flight was very graceful. Now classic Benj and Kori, we took on the most ...

Goodbye Cambodia - Gooood Moorning Vietnam

A travel blog entry by grizzly on Nov 19, 2014

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... of 2003 is the same government that is in place in 2014 and unless Hun Sen will be defeated in the next elections it will be the same government again for another term.

On the Environment

Cambodia’s great Tonle Sap Lake is its lifeblood. It is a massive body: 1,100 square miles at its smallest in the dry season and more than triple that in the rainy season. It is the rocking of the cradle that holds the country’s bounty. ...

Up-close and personal with Cambodia

A travel blog entry by grizzly on Oct 30, 2014

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... smiles because you did something strange that they thought funny, they smiled when you helped them setting up water filters or played with their kids. The land of eternal smiles I thought. But behind their smiles lays an apathy to life, to the environment, to politics, to pride. Yes pride, I believe that Cambodians think they have nothing to be proud off - a poor country with corrupt government officials and a more or less lawless society. Cambodians ...

Anti-malarials = anti-happiness

A travel blog entry by jemraven on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... took a seat. Ordering a beer (thoughtfully named 'Cambodia') from yet another Aussie (I was noticing a pattern develop here) behind the bar called Billy, I got chatting to some of the others and over the course of the day got to know Charlie from Essex, Tegan from Melbourne, Maggie from San Antonio and Michael (one of the co-owners) from Dublin. Later on I got a message from the other Dubliner I knew, your man Steve, to say that he was planning to cross the border tomorrow and ...

Relaxed in Kampot

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Jul 10, 2014

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... a wise decision. We always said that if we felt unsafe at any time we would not put ourselves in any dangerous situations no matter of the cost.

We argued for about 20 Min's with the staff and we were getting no where. I was beginning to get very annoyed and the heat wasn't helping much. So we decided to cut our losses and revert to plan B which at this time we never had. I called Tom the Tuk Tuk driver that took us to the ...