Champey Inn

Address: 25 Avenue de la Plage, Kep, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 25 Avenue de la Plage, Kep.
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Travel Blogs from Kep

Beach Day at Kep

A travel blog entry by will.meyer on Jun 04, 2015

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... doing in Kep etc. turns out the one monk (his name is But Buntenh) is the head guy in an NGO called Independant Monks Network For Social Justice. He is in town for a meeting with someone else and just stopped of for lunch. The other two younger monks are his students that tagged along from Phnom Penh. We chat for about 30 minutes and get to the subject of foreigners buying property in Cambodia. It turns out foreigners cannot own property but can invest in business ...

Sleepy Kep

A travel blog entry by nomadkids on May 09, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

We stayed three days in this small coast town near the vietnamese border.

Kep, I guess that's how Pukhet or the Bali beaches looked 40 years ago. A few durian and crabsellers. 2 tourists on the beach and the locals in the shadow in hammocks. Dusty roads and beautiful sunsets.

3 days of lime-pepper crab and sandy beaches. Live could be worse.
(Laurent, on a bcp pensÚ Ó toi :-))


Bonnie & Clyde

A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Jan 07, 2015

40 photos

... way to the entrance and stuck with us all the way. It was just over an 8km walk and it took us two and a half hours to complete. It was a good walk, with amazing views along the way. It didn't feel like that long as we were natting away like two old biddies. Along the way, there were many view points for us to see the town and the natural wildlife. We saw a few butterflies and were even lucky enough to see a monkey in the tree. Unfortunately, we could not get ...


A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Jan 03, 2015

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... wall, not one of those ones at the fair, and I would have to say that it was worth every cent of the $35 price tag. It is a different feeling knowing that it's just you basically versus a rock. The rock will always come out victorious if you're not patient, slightly willing to take risks, and obviously in good shape. Once the other group had finished touring the caves we swapped tour guides and made our way into the darkness. Although it wasn't as immensely large as the ...

A bit of off-roading

A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Jan 02, 2015

1 comment, 18 photos

... were a few times we were nearly thrown out the sides. Note to self: tuk tuks are not suitable for off-roading!

When we arrived a local kid with really good English acted as tour guide and walked us up the mountain and into the ...

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