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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Vedici Kampot
The hotel is lovely. Although it is a bit off road from the town.....10 minutes or so by tuk tuk on a dirt/mud road. but they will call transport for you all the time. they arranged a fine tour for us of the area which was done by tuk tuk and was the highlight of our stay. the food is ok, not GREAT, but certainly okay. The bed was realllllly comfy for me though. LOVED THE BED. The pool is refreshing. Cocktails are available from the bar by the pool but they don't come back to check on refills so, you have to let them know when you want another one. The check in was odd. They gave us a key ...showed us a room. But, as in many places in cambodia they didn't tell us about breakfast, lunch, dinner availability, OR the LOUNGE upstairs that has lots of videos you can take down to watch in your room, games to play a big comfy couch etc. Plus a television that actually gets cable unlike in the room. They really need to label the controls in the rooms too There were three tv controls. and no television even. Which they do not point out anywhere. There is a lack of information. But, the people are super friendly. Especially the locals who work here. They are genuine and kind and we really enjoyed them. The woman managing the spot is really busy and a little intimidating...off putting. I think she was just busy not annoyed....but, we weren't sure.
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... the government would rather people didn't hear about. I soon found myself in a deep conversation with her about the historic turmoil of Cambodia and how many of those issues (see: corporate and political corruption) were still prominent in the country today. For example, did you know that out of the many thousands of tonnes of rice that Cambodia grows every year only around a third of it is consumed by Cambodia, with the other two thirds being sold to neighbouring Vietnam by ...
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... shared with just three others and our two seats each had us unusually comfortable. It is two hours to the Cambodian border at Savet. A months visa on arrival is $20, you can also print an eVisa for this crossing, and for most of the airports. Not many of the other land borders have the option and we couldn't confirm which one our bus would be using so opted for a visa at the desk, and for someone else to do it. Our driver offers his friendly services for $5 which includes the ...
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... opportunity to shoot a machine gun mounted on a jeep. The 5 bullets went by really fast but it was cool to try. After the tunnel tour we grabbed lunch before heading to the war history museum. We order this beef hot pot thing. The servers brought out a mountain of leafy vegetables, a plate of beef, sprouts, cucumbers, carrots, sauces, rice paper wraps and a boiling pot of broth. Corey and I had no idea what we were suppose to do and the servers spoke no english. Our server picked up ...