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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Cycling around Kep, Cambodia

A travel blog entry by j-sworldtrip on Mar 11, 2015

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... are mostly used by the local people. We get to the salt fields which is a fast area in a very arid and dusty place. To find them we followed a very helpful local who was cycling in that direction. The salt fields are barren and no one is about. There is a peaceful air about this place, loads of swallows fly in formation and they break the peacefulness as they circle round and dart into a house roof and then reappear in a circular fashions whilst in a ...

And the holiday starts

A travel blog entry by saxana on Mar 04, 2015

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... and pronounced them as "french frish". And a fishing village with a scary long pier (maybe it was a bridge to Vietnam) where we had lunch. Noodles. wow. The sad part was seeing how they keep the sea animals they serve. Especially the seahorses. Maybe a hundred of them in a small tank with nothing but water. The poor things obviously wanted to catch onto something with their tails but had nothing but eachother...

Phu Quoc Island Day 5

A travel blog entry by simonannals on Jan 22, 2015

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... back to our free breakfast tomorrow! Back to our usual routine, beach beds & stroll along the beach. Due to later breakfast we decided not to eat at lunch-time, however I stopped a seller selling some sort of fried samosas. I tried to buy two, but I wanted to know what was in them. I ended up with 3 and no idea what was in them! The 1st one we tried was grated carrot & ...

Phu Quoc: the beach, blue ocean and bad scallops

A travel blog entry by stefan79 on Jan 13, 2015

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... that it was probably a bad decision. The minibus was full - but I was the only foreigner. That itself was no problem, but the issue was that the guide only spoke Vietnamese except when he asked about my name and where I was from. I even heard my name when he spoke Vietnamese and everyone looked around. It felt a bit awkward.
On the way to the southern ferry point we had the usual stop at a touristy place - this time it was a little pearl farm. It was much smaller than the one ...

New Year's Eve

A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Jan 02, 2015

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... in our bellies, and the idea of a ride that is meant to give your stomach the butterflies didn't sound to appealing. We had to do it though. Sometimes even though your body is telling you no (and usually more so than not, it's telling you no for a reason) you over power the body's message with the mind's will to follow through with the usually idiotic plan. We boarded the ship and once again we were the obvious outsiders because of our age, size, and skin color. The ride ...

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