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Travel Blogs from Kep
... exhausted due to little sleep. We booked our 3 day 2 night Halong Bay tour and packed it in for the night. There was 90 people going on the Halong bay tour meaning there would be 4 boats. It was a little unorganised and the way it worked out was the three of us were put on a boat with 20 irish people who all knew eachother and were already completely smashed before boarding the boat. We quickly realised that this was not the kind of group we expected to be with. It was a group of ...
... to get stranded on the island. We managed to get a boat back once the storm had calmed down but it was still really choppy, it was a wet ride back. The Kampot/Kep region is famous for its Pepper and on our last day we visited a pepper farm. It was really interesting to see how the different types of pepper are grown and harvested and we brought some to take home. There was still a lot of the afternoon left so we went up to the National Park. We intended just to have ...
... in a week and a half', but this could not be any further from the truth. We're very lucky that we've had enough time to take it slow and visit the less touristed areas, as well as the famous sites - it's made us better understand and appreciate the country, more than we thought we would.
So next stop, Kuala Lumpur. Our first major city since Bangkok and to say we are excited is an understatement, especially as our reason for visiting is the F1 Grand Prix in a weeks ...
... When we came back I wanted to try and finish the assignment again, but the little office we claimed was closed. So all my stuff - laptop, iPad, hard-disc and books - were stuck there. Because there wasn't really anything else to do and I needed to wait for someone to arrive with the key, Lara and I watched a movie in bed, nice and cosy. When 'Lars and the real girl' was finished it was time for diner. And afterwards Lara, Alba ...
... easier ways to get up than we had come). A few dangerous descents, involving sliding from one tree to the next in order to avoid a plunge to the bottom, and we found the rocky outcrop that poked through the jungle to provide a stunning view of the now very much setting sun. We sat and ate some biscuits as we watching life pass us by in the village below. Fishing boats headed home, the dark wedges of their wakes cutting through the rippled reflection of ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed