Vanna Road, Kep, Cambodia | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsN4 Kep

Reviewed by iliaflax

great looking room, bad infrastructure

Reviewed Jul 8, 2012
by (10 reviews) , Israel Flag of Israel

we took the more expensive room, but surprisingly the water stopped working every once in a while and the wi-fi connection was really weak.

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TripAdvisor Reviews N4 Kep

3.00 of 5 stars Good

Travel Blogs from Kep

Vietnam- Good Morning Vietnam!!!

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on Jul 12, 2014

36 photos

... and facts on the Vietnam war prior to this visit, but it sure made me even more thankful for what we have back home. Seeing all the planes, tanks, bombs were one thing, but to see pictures of the devastation and hardships that has occurred and the people still affected by the war brings emotion to the emotionless. The torture and cruelty this war brought to people is astonishing. Our last day in HCM we ventured over to a restaurant Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and their Vietnamese son ...

Kep - tasty seafood, bike rides and national park

A travel blog entry by bridgetluke on Apr 10, 2014

35 photos

... walk but ended up walking the whole 8km around it which we felt proud of at the end! It was set high up in the jungle and we hardly saw anyone the whole time. Most of the living things we saw were lizards, monkeys, cows and different types of birds. We both carried a large stick around with us in case we came across something we had to fend off! Luke spent most of his time successfully scaring me by tapping me on the back with his stick or throwing rocks ...

Phnom Penh & homestay

A travel blog entry by emmavarney on Feb 22, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... on the floor, we had mozzie nets luckily. We headed into chom bok commune where the kids did some traditional dances and sung, we had dinner cooked by the women. Omg mozzies everywhere!!! On the way home we were lucky enough to be there during the rice party where the villages all bring rice to the party and the monks bless it and then they party into the night! Like tunarama but not really. We tried some rice wine...not the best drop I must say...they drink ...

Time to teach

A travel blog entry by ielke on Feb 21, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

This week our real internship started. I teach drawing, English grammar and woodsculpture in the Art Communication department. The department is new and that's why it only has one class of the first year that exists of 5 male pupils. This week I taught them the proportions of the face trough a scheme I drew on the whiteboard, because I wanted them to draw a selfportrait. That was much easier said then done, so I decided to make ...


A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Feb 15, 2014

3 photos

... the same for us. If it didn't close for the Sabbath I would be back there tomorrow. As it is I'll probably be found crouched outside the window pawing at it while mewling.

The rest of the day isn't worth telling after that, but I'll slog through it. Pancakes. We grabbed a tuk-tuk to our new hostel across the river, Samon's Bunglows. These are the most basic possible shacks – coarsely thrown ...