Cassia Cottage - The Spice House
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- Continental Breakfast
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Phu Quoc Island - this was the last stop of the trip, for 4 nights of rest and relaxation. PQ was always going to be for R & R, that's how it was planned after all the late nights and early mornings.
We travelled from Can Tho via plane and when we arrived it was late afternoon, windy, high humidity and overcast. This was to set the …
... s daughter, is adorable and is equally proficient in Khmer and English (which she speaks with her father's Californian accent). We will really miss Khmer Hands when we leave tomorrow. Chelsea and Cooper have been practising their Khmer as they will soon be renting a place in Kep on a more long term basis and are likely to be in Cambodia for several weeks. Last night's rain appears to have emboldened the tree frogs as a couple were climbing around the walls ...
... and the leg work. He waits with visas ready at the stamping booths while you physically walk out and then in. This is nothing new and with our few passengers the process would be quick. We paid up, twice. We ignored the sign for a medical queue, and the easiest land crossing so far followed - we were in Cambodia, first stop Phnom Penh. Another three hours on the road and we were dropped in the centre of the city. No pickups, no livestock, no rice. Only used to the dropped part, we ...
... to jump off the boat and swim. The family running the trip (husband, wife, and little boy) probably had the most fun of anyone. They were jumping off the boat, swimming, relaxing in the water, laughing, and just having a great time. Gare and I commented to each other how cool it must be for them to have this much fun on the job. Their little boy stole the show, jumping off the boat over and over again, having a great time, and wearing nothing but ...
... much void of guests. There are a series of buildings abandoned in the 1970's when the Khmer Rouge reached the area, such as an abandoned Catholic church, an abandoned hotel that's super creepy, and an abandoned post office.
All in all, I have to say that Kampot was probably my favorite town in Cambodia. Siem Reap was nice and you're there to see the wats of Angkor. But as a town, Kampot was my favorite Cambodian town.