Olly's Place Kampot
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We arranged our transport from the CBET office in Chi Phat, so everything was a breeze. Taxi ready to pick us up when we crossed the river only to drop us at the bus stop. No problem! So the bus was over a ½ hour late, I'm sure everything will be OK and we won't miss our connection. We were in air conditioned comfort. No worry that the bus-boy was …
We finally got into Kampot at about 7:30pm and really wanted to stay at a place called Olly's, however it was a good 3km out of town and over the river so didn't want to risk it not having a vacancy and being left on the side of the road in the dark. After fighting off all the tuktuk drivers, we checked into the closest place we could find within …
... places and living rooms all equipped with ventilation ducts to the surface. The bedrooms were found between 8-10 meters, the thinking being that no bomb could collapse a room at such a depth. During an attack they would often be confined to these quarters for a month at a time, surfacing only at night to relieve themselves and astonishingly, to tend to their crops. When they eventually returned to the surface during daylight their skin was said to be translucent. I have tried ...
... this William gave me a shot if jäger as a belated birthday shot! The rain stopped by evening so we headed out to Captain Chim's which was a restaurant Leonie & Felix had recommended to us. They had British fish and chips with mushy peas on the menu and I ordered my second home meal in a day. Unfortunately though they were out of fish so I had the Khmer Lok Lak.
Sat 3rd Aug - Today we hired a moped, Sasha #6, and were heading for Bokor national park. The main attraction ...
... to Kampot Province. It is a large town (or small city) along the Kampong Bay River near the base of the Elephant Mountain Range and just north of the southern coast of Cambodia. It is also close to the Cambodian/Vietnam border. This area is known for its pepper plantations.
While walking around Kampot (and likely much of the rest of Cambodia), one notices
that at each round about there is a distinct statue or structure in the middle. For ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
We stayed at Olly's on the recommendation from a friend. We found beautiful stilted bungalows for an amazing low price. The WIFI was reliable, the food excellent and the blue's music in the evening over candlelight and fairy lights topped it all off along the riverfront. Would have loved to stay longer :)
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