Champey Inn

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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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Kep

Vietnam- Good Morning Vietnam!!!

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on Jul 12, 2014

36 photos

... of his moped and Breanne had a flat rear tire; however, the family was quick to either fix the problem or hand us a new bike. Elephant Springs was a perfect 1.5hr stop to take a dip in the refreshing springs that had a deep pool for jumping into and other areas to relax under a waterfall. Many locals in this beautiful area. The lunch break at Fishing Village was incredible with many different Vietnamese dishes that filled all our stomachs. The restaurant was situated right on the ...

Kep and Cambodia summary

A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on May 31, 2014

Our final destination in Cambodia was the seaside town of Kep around 1 hour from Kampot. It's popular with the wealthier Cambodia's; consequently the place was destroyed by the Khmer Rouge with burnt out & shelled mansions still visible around the town. Supposedly the government are waiting for foreign investors to buy the land which these burnt out buildings are built on, but they are holding out for a higher price. No photos of Kep ...

The kids are alright!

A travel blog entry by seekermm on Apr 24, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... warning guests of the consequences of sex with children. It also warned that all guests must show ID
at the hotel desk and local guests under that age of 18 would not be admitted.

In North Eastern Cambodia, along the Mekong River, most
children do not receive any formal education.
They live a semi-nomadic life with their families. In dry season the entire family, including
cats, dogs, pigs and chickens move from ...

29 years young!!!

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz on Mar 05, 2014

12 photos

... that the sand pathway is a little river.... so I had a quite fun splashing the sand all over the place and jumping around like I was a big baby...Nothing mattered, the tourists that watched me, wondering what was I doing...but I only was living my life, being happy, laughing and being all over the place full of energy.

When the sun dissipated from us, the big mystic fog arrived and everything was white. We start heading back ...

We're All Going to Die

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Feb 16, 2014

14 photos

... br>
Naturally I put my foot down and challenged a couple of these to a drag race. As I had the less powerful bike this meant weaving back and forth across the road to block their progress and cutting blind corners. Ok – the last couple of sentences were definitely a lie. I just wanted to freak out Mrs. Williams again. I actually played the tortoise to their hare, but unlike the stupid story they were already coming back down the mountain ...