Rega Kep Ma Campagne Guesthouse & Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Kep
... meet. For young
boys there is always the option of leaving home by joining a monastery. By becoming young monks, they insure that
they receive an education and there is no expense for the parents. These boys can leave the monastery at any
time, they can get a university education, they can go back to their village
and get married. It is not a lifetime commitment and most of the young monks come
from poor rural areas. The ...
... that he was saying there was no breakfast till 8, so we went to find breakfast somewhere else!! Nobody seemed to understand what we were saying that morning- I asked for bread and jam and just got jam. Catherine ordered hot chocolate and got coffee! I just wanted to get picked up as I was getting nervous waiting. When we got back to the hotel we were even more cross- another couple were having breakfast and it wasn't even 8 yet!! Catherine decided that was the final straw ...
... heat of the coast. Suffering from the heat ourselves we decided to hire a motorbike and make the trip up the mountain to see the sights at the top. Until recently it hasn't been possible to visit the mountain without joining a tour group but a new $1 billion road has now been completed meaning the journey up was relatively easy if a little windy.
The main reason for the new road is that a Chinese investment group have bought the land at the top of the hill and ...
... head to the local night market. It was more like a mini carnival with rides for the kids and little stalls. We were the only westerners there and felt very out of place so we decided to head home and stop off at the minimart on the way home for a cornetto. We planned on dumping our stuff off in our room and heading back downstairs to play mini golf but we were both so wrecked we ended up collapsing on our beds and I was out like a light. We had a very nice sleep ...
... grabbing thorny vines in order to steady ourselves, but we made it to a good view of the tallest hill in the park and then to a giant fig tree housing a small platform in the hollow of its trunk. It was on this structure that the 30cm tall wooden Buddha stood. The tree was definitely the more impressive part. Satisfied, we backtracked to the main road and continued.
Another few km's around the looped track and we were offered another detour. As ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking