Borey Bokor

Kampot, Cambodia | Hotel
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Salt & Pepper

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Aug 07, 2014

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... was in working order, we must of missed it. We had, of course driven right past the only remaining access and were kicking ourselves as we'd wanted to keep the bike. Ganesha is sat at the centre of extensive paddies and jungle, in the rain, the unsealed roads get hard to navigate and our tuktuk slipped and slid valiantly and dropped us to the door. It's location means great views and not a lot of noise. There is a small Cham village just down the ...


A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Aug 02, 2014

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Our 6:45am bus over the border had us forgetting to retrieve our key deposits. The receptionist should have remembered but with the fee amounting to a whole £3 and having drank our weights in free Saigon beer during our stay we didn't much mind. Really, it was the only down side of our Hideout experience, I'm sure they'd send it to us if we asked them, we won't bother though. Our bus was an AC mini van and it collected us a careful ten steps out of the door and over the busy ...

Camp Pot

A travel blog entry by ninjabackpacker on Jul 31, 2014

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... that the locals use. Many times we had to get out of the tuk tuk and free it from the mud. However, when we arrived at the cave it was worth it. As we pulled up to the cave, 2 girls appeared out of nowhere shouting "we give you tour 1 dorrar". After a quick glance at each other we said ok. Their English was pretty good and they sounded intelligent. Charlotte made a new friend and chatted to the girls no end. They took us up a steep rocky ...

Culinary delights in Kampot and Kep

A travel blog entry by nikki.yates86 on Jun 16, 2014

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... It tastes like old rubbish too!!

Tomorrow we are leaving Cambodia for Vietnam. We booked a tour for 3 days down the mekong delta. We are not expecting much as the tour was bargain basement, but it gets us to Ho chi minh city our final destination hopefully hassle free (watch this space!), and the route is slightly less travelled so we wanted to take out some planning and enjoy the days more, so were lazy and booked a tour (I usually hate tours).

Kampot ( translation)

A travel blog entry by jean-pascal on Mar 26, 2014

After 2.5 hrs of road, we arrive in Kampot (The town where JP stayed during his Tour). As expected, the town has changed a lot, event the Bokor Hotel (JP's hotel) H has been turned into a bank! After lunch, we hit the road and stop by a local Pepper Farm where the triage is done by hand.
Another 2 hrs of road bring us to our hotel in Sihanoukville, the Tamu - a very modern urban ...

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