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Travel Blogs from Kep
... to show him as much as we could. We ended seeing blue star fish, giant jelly fish, parrot fish, barracudas, trigger fish, a variety of clown fish, nudibranches, Christmas tree worms, schools of silver fish, schools of squid, a large variety of hard and soft corals and more. The visibility was probably about 10m so it made for a great experience for us all to share. The stop on Cham island was ok and we simply had lunch and sat in chairs under the palm trees that overlooked the beach. ...
Kep was another small traditional town on the coast. Our guest house was about 2km out of town in the countryside. The lady that worked there didn't speak a word of English and just kept laughing when we spoke to her ;-). It was one of the most remote places we have stayed in and was quite nice to be out the way of everything and everyone else. The town is famous for its crab market so on the first day we borrowed the bikes from our guest house and biked down to ...
... now making a bit of a comeback with a number of boutique guesthouses having been built, located between and adjacent to the eerie old villas that still remain untouched since being deserted. This mixture of old and new gave the town a cool, retro vibe that we predict will see it become a popular holiday destination in SE Asia in the next decade or so.
If Kampot is known for pepper, then Kep is known for its crab. Upon arrival, we immediately hired bikes and set-out ...
... she will, that would be a right result. All crossed fingers and toes please.
More disappointing snorkelling and back to port to pick up our bus to Bai Sao Beach said to be one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. After driving along a hideously dusty, dirty bumpy road to suddenly come upon the MOST stunning beach; picture postcard brilliant white sand, beautiful turquoise sea and the obligatory palms, to well,....paradise. It was so nice ...
... off onto an actual dirt road (as opposed to a dirty road) it was a bit more pleasant. Apparently the rural life was scenic. I was too busy watching the road to really pay attention.
We got numerous “hello”'s and eventually picked up a companion in the form of a local boy on a bicycle. He engaged us in light conversation and after learning our spelunking destination offered to lead us there. Lauren was disappointed when I agreed to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed