Borey Bokor

Kampot, Cambodia | Hotel
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Welcome to Cambodia

A travel blog entry by robnraystravels

29

We left Can Tho thinking we had a direct bus to Ha Tien, a small town near the Cambodian border, but when we got to the bus station found out we had to change at Rach Gia. Luckily when we got there the bus driver dropped us off where we had to catch the other bus, it was a different bus station. The drive over was quite good although a little bumpy. There were canals & channels criss-crossing over everywhere , all part of the Mekong Delta. The driver on the second bus ...

Cambodia in a nut shell (part 2)

A travel blog entry by allmytravels

11

... nice. He was English and was totally honest with me. He said " we don't have rats, but this beach is riddled with mice- big mice. You will see one in your hut!!" After a major melt down ( anyone that knows me, knows have awful my fear is), Brendan brought me for a pizza to try calm me. Pizza was amazing but I was still freaking out! I agreed to give the hut a go- we didn't really have a choice as everywhere else was the same. I decided my strategy ...

Back to the City

A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant

13

I return to Phnom Penh today. Slept well last night despite the almost power failure again. Shortly after I got back from dinner, I was in my room when the electricity suddenly went off - again. All day long we have had power and now it goes out? At 8:30? At first all I could think of was how on earth I would be able to sleep with no AC or no fan. If I opened the windows, the room would be invaded with mosquitoes, but if I didn't open the windows, the room would be like a sauna. ...

Kampot ( translation)

A travel blog entry by jean-pascal

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 ...

Chill by the river

A travel blog entry by jonny-and-tara

9

... we'd been told it was extremely quiet. This was fine by us. We spent the next two days wondering around the small river town of Kampot. It had some great restaurants - notably Ellies, a cracking little cafe serving some truly awesome food run by a young English couple. The full english breakfast was a delight and much needed after all the khmer food we'd been eating.

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