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Travel Blogs from Kep
... red's aroma is worlds apart with having kind of a raisin like fruity aroma and one hell of a kick when it comes to taste.
It was still early in the day when we left the farm so we got Mr. Vunthy to take us to one of the limestone caves. This was by far the smallest and least tourist developed caves we have seen. If it wasn't for the awesome panoramic view of Kep, the gulf and a few Vietnamese islands in the gulf, it would not have ...
... for it to let up to a light rain before making my way home.
Today I was heading to the town of Kep, also on the coast about another 4 hours away from Sihanoukville. As most of the travels from place to place in Cambodia, there are lots of stops and or transfers of vehicles to actually reach your destination. And this trip was no different in that from Sihanoukville to Kampot we were in a VIP van, but after dropping most of the people in the van off ...
... roads to Phnom Penh we witnessed several minivans that were full to the rooftops. Literally anything goes here, they had motorbikes strapped to the back, the boot wide open with sacks of rice hanging out with families sat on top and even people hanging for dear life on the roofs. There is always something to see whilst travelling and the roads in England will be so boring upon our return.
We were dropped off at the bus station where we had a two hour wait ...
... up high and it has some great views. Kep is by the sea and you could see the sea despite being a few minutes away. Behind us were small, forest covered mountains of a national park. The place itself is a papaya banana and pepper farm and a really peaceful idyllic setting. We felt very at home there and spent the rest of that afternoon and evening up in the restaurant eating lovely food and reading. The next day, we had consulted the famous booklet that seems to be ...
... we've only seen a tiny bit of the town - and although its small its just got a really nice feel about the place. We spend the next few hours walking around the town, getting pictures and walking along the river seeing all the cool buildings and places to eat that would fill up a week alone. As we've only had breakfast today we go into a cafe for a snack at about 4, once slice of amazing Brownie, one piece of Lemon Meringue Pie and a Passion Fruit smoothie, all for about $3. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed