Les Manguiers

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Vietnam- Good Morning Vietnam!!!

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey


... to another person on the boat. What the hell did we get ourselves into. All of us looked a bit thrown back and discussed that it would be best to ask one of the tour guides to transfer to another boat. The short of it was that it would be too difficult for us to transfer so we had to make the best of the situation. We had met 3 people on the boat who were not part of 'team Irish' and made things better, so it all worked out. Besides that, our second day would be a large congregation ...

Welcome to Cambodia

A travel blog entry by robnraystravels


... then about 1/2km to the first Cambodian checkpoint, where we had to hand over our passport with some paperwork along with $25 each. The official rate apparently is only $20 but everyone gets charged $25, think the border officials make some money on the side. Next stop is another shed for some more paperwork & finally to the last stop for a health check, where they take your temperature between the eyes to check for malaria. This costs $1 each, another ...

Cambodia in a nut shell (part 2)

A travel blog entry by allmytravels


... and Canadian ( all stoned). But there was less chance of a mouse getting in! Again I had to drink myself to sleep and was constantly on edge. After two more nights of this we decided we had to leave. While the beach was nice( although I've seen nicer), the area just was not good. Regardless of the mice, the area was owned and run by either Europeans , Americans or Canadians . Everyone was smoking pot and it kind of felt like we weren't in the ...

Day 3 - Kep

A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant


Day 148 This morning I arose early and went for a long walk. I wanted to see the big crab statue out in the water along the corniche coming into town. It was maybe two miles from the lodge and took me about 40 minutes to get there. The water was pretty and there was a great breeze to keep me cool. So I finally got there and the crab just seemed to be waving his punchers at me! On my walk back toward the lodge, I ...

Salt and Pepper

A travel blog entry by ralfthebear


... finished the enormous bag we bought several years ago. We bought all three colours in the local market, rather than from the plantations, as on this occasion we are concentrating our time on the other main Kampot product - salt. Kampot is at the centre of a yin and yang countryside, on the landward side are the pepper plantations, on the ocean side are the salt pans, which stretch for miles and end only at the sea.

The town itself is a left ...

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