Reaksmey Krong Kep Guesthouse
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3/29 Kampot to Kep by Bus
1pm - 2 pm (20km)
Short Hop Down the Coast
After 10am check-out at the Magic Sponge Guest House, we enjoyed a leisurely breakfast at Lazy Fish. We ordered the bus tickets to Kep through them and the $2 ticket price included tuk-tuk pick up to take us the 200 meters around the block to the bus. …
... we did. We have had this eight room beach front resort to ourselves!!!
After a few drinks we called Mr. Vunthy and he came by to give the three of us a ride to the Crab Market, the main reason people come here. We had some amazing grilled crab and green pepper while sitting in the calm night breeze blowing off the ocean. Once back at the resort Petra joined us as we had more beers and some home made coconut rum.
... giving the go ahead, calculating the total price in my head. When all said and done and firmly saying no to not having my underarms threaded, the ladies started packing up their things while I asked the total price. When they said “A hundred dollars”, I promptly said “no way” and started adding things up for them based on the prices they told me, as I was thinking it was $50.00. In the end we settled on $65.00 as apparently the rough ...
... br> We borrowed an umbrella and walked 1km from the hotel to the restaurant area of town and went back to a place we had eaten at a few nights ago. Kirsty enjoyed a nice beef with sautéed potatoes and I had another nice fish Amok. We had a nice meal and enjoyed another glass of wine, which turned out to be from a bottle of Argentinean Torontes, which we had learnt about during our wine tour of Mendoza! After dinner we headed back to the hotel and were in heaven ...
... crossing and our destination were dirt and gravel roads, kicking up a lot of dust and bumping us about. We were the first ones to get dropped off as we were heading to the nearest town in the journey, Kep. There was no plan of where to go in Kep as it was a last minute decision to go there so the driver dropped us off in a central location, conveniently where all the tuk tuks wait for customers. As usual they all crowded us and wanted our custom but were actually ...
We looked at five places iaround Kep before choosing this one. And we were very happy here. Still under construction when we stayed. Dining area and second floor were not open yet.
- Location (near Crab Market)
- Friendly, attentive and helpful English speaking staff
- Beautiful ocean view
- Fresh new sheets and bedding (very good quality too)
- Air con, cable TV, WiFi, and refrigerator all worked well
- Good price to value for Kep
-A little construction noise during the day and short temporary power interrupts (not a big deal)
-On-Premises restaurant was not open yet
-No sandy beaches near this part of Kep
We liked the location by the crab market and it was easily walk-able to restaurants and short sandy beaches. Central Kep (uninteresting) is farther to the east a few km.
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