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... morning. We also walked around a headland to some other beaches, and spent a while admiring the ocean before finding lunch on Victory Hill. In the afternoon, we headed to the other side of the city to visit the most popular tourist beach: much busier. In the evening the promised rain began just after we got back from dinner at a night market. Good timing!
The rain was steady the next morning when we hopped on a mini bus ...
... marginally. The wind shield was cracked as well, but it made far fewer noises. The driver was amazingly good though. It was already twilight, and he was fast. My hopes were up, that we could get there early in the night. Then, we stopped for dinner. There was this long line of street side stalls selling some meat on skewers. Honestly, I hadn't eaten since noon, and I was very hungry. But after traveling for 11 hours already, I had no gumption to try a mystery meat. ...
With our last day in Kampot, we wanted to visit Kep, a local village with an amazing beach. The hostel did a beach party on Kep beach which was perfect as we could even have a lie in as well. We left in our limousine tuk tuk with a few beers, and played some games along the way to break the ice and get to know each other. On arriving at the beach, we all piled off and made a quick run to the cool sea water. The beach was beautiful, white sand with hardly anybody on it. We quickly ...
... the middle aged French owner also had a joint between his lips, but at least this place seemed more friendly and less pretentious. We settled our things into our bamboo bungalow on stilts and dived straight into the river to wash the dirt of the bus off. Wooden platforms, wicker chairs, colourful cushions and hammocks overlooking the water made for the most peaceful retreat from the hubbub of town.
... who have married locals and set up businesses.
I took a really interesting tour into the countryside and to a beach. The pictures speak for themselves, and I loved going to the salt and pepper farms and a great small temple, dating back tover 1,000 years, in a cave. However, my favourite activity was going to Kep beach, around 20 km from Kampot. It was a Sunday, and the water was full of locals having fun. There was so much ...