Borey Bokor

Address: Kampot, Cambodia | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by maddyaw on Nov 27, 2014

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      ... cinema in Kampot twice! We watched 'You're Not You' and 'Boyhood' - both recent films and both very good! Oh and of course there was the afternoon that was spent being ferried around the province of Kampot to various different clinics/hospitals after Alice banged her head! But she is absolutely fine, head wounds always seem a lot worse than they are. Off to Vietnam next! ...

      Goodbye Cambodia - Gooood Moorning Vietnam

      A travel blog entry by grizzly on Nov 19, 2014

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      ... because it has no penal code, no basic criminal procedure code and no professionally competent judiciary.

      On international development

      Cambodia is a country of poor farmers. Their average income is $280 a year and 80% of the population lives in the countryside. The more problems Cambodia has, the more NGO’s show up, the more money that comes. The people see this. The government surely sees this. So why should the government solve ...

      Up-close and personal with Cambodia

      A travel blog entry by grizzly on Oct 30, 2014

      113 photos

      ... which infects more than 10,000 Cambodians each year, and that number is rising! Malaria is even worse. About 100,000 cases of Malaria are reported each year.

      According to Dr Beat Richner, a Swiss doctor who runs three free pediatric hospitals, the health situation in Cambodia is still a catastrophe. His hospitals treat 600,000 children each year and deliver 450 babies a months. By his account 2,800 babies would die each month if it weren't for ...

      Kampot 27/28th October 2014

      A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Oct 28, 2014

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      ... fields appeared. The water from the ocean is let in to the fields and then drained away to leave just the salt - from here it's collected and produced in to Kampot Salt (the city is well known for its Salt & Pepper). Unfortunately the rain had kicked up some mud in the fields so it wasn't as impressive as it may be during dry season but it was still an interesting sight! Navigating our way back in to town we returned the bike after what we must seem a successful day - we didn't ...


      A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Aug 02, 2014

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      ... then for good in 1972, as The Khmer Rouge took over the area. During the Vietnamese invasion in 1979, Khmer Rouge entrenched themselves and held on tightly for months. The Vietnamese garrisoned the Catholic Church. A recently as the early 1990s Bokor Hill was still one of the last strongholds of Khmer Rouge and the grass huts of the soldiers families can still be seen falling back into the ground. It's rained heavily every day since our arrival and three inches fell overnight. ...

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      Kampot, Cambodia