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. …
... It was a great walk following a trail in the forest every now and again coming out on a beach and walking along untill I rejoined the trail. I got chased by two pigs for a while until they gave up and also came across a local house with 5 little puppies which were all over me begging for attention. I arrived back at our beach about 2 hours later and cooled off in the sea. Ravi and Ali woke up then and we joined a group playing volleyball for an hour or so. ...
... is only just beginning to recover! Yes its dirty, yes it smells, and some of the people look like they are covered in cr*p, basically because some of them still have to sh*t in a bucket and bathe in a river! The food is phenomenal, every single meal is freshly cooked and flavoursome, which is more than I can say for McDonalds, Burger King, Denny’s, Taco Bell and other popular food paces in the US. If you wanted everything you have at home, why ...
... night we ate at the Sailing Club, a place Kelly had recommended..I was made up as it had red wine! So we went all out and had a gorgeous meal whilst looking out to sea...
As we were paying a fair bit for our room
We decided we would just chill by the pool and and stock up on our complimentary breakfast and just eat once at night... a good excuse to lounge by the pool all day if you ask me!
As our room was booked ...
... the Kampot Guesthouse, dumped my bag and headed to the river front. Watching the sun set over the sea behind the Elephant Mountains was breathtaking, the shadow of stilt houses and palm trees reflecting in the red-orange tinged river.
I headed to RikiTikiTavi for a bite to eat for no other reason than I liked the name of the restaurant. Cambodian food outlets often surprise and RikiTikiTavi did just that by serving the best apple pie I have ever eaten.
TravelPod Member ReviewsReaksmey Krong Kep Guesthouse
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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