Champey Inn

25 Avenue de la Plage, Kep, Cambodia | Hotel
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Cambodia -- Part Two

A travel blog entry by kristymatt

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Culture Shock We've received a request from several different readers asking us to tell them about some of the culture shock we've experienced on our travels so far. Since we haven't done anything too exciting in Southern Cambodia (lazing around in a hammock doesn't exactly make for great travelogues), we thought it might be fun to share some of …

Day 3 - Kep

A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant

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... pastries, omelette made to order, cheeses, juices, and really good coffee. I shall need nothing else to eat til dinner I'm sure. After breakfast Dalin and I rode bikes down to the crab market one last time. She wanted to pick up some gifts for her housemates. I do wish I could speak Khmer. It would be so useful. We agreed to meet the guys at the lodge to share a tuktuk into town for the bus ride home. Around ...

A “Lazy” Day

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is

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... wanted to get to Sunset Rock before sunset and the only other route seemed to add a few more km's onto the journey we decided to take this so called “Jungle Track”. Attached to the sign pointing out the trail was a warning regarding the steepness and difficulty of the coming terrain. Lauren and I noted this, but assumed that it was measured by normal tourist standards which usually called anything over 2km's and a 20 degree incline difficult. ...

Happy birthday daddy!

A travel blog entry by ielke

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... do that. When the pupils had some other courses, I start to prepare some lessons to teach and wanted to start making some assignments for school, but then the connection failed again.. Nothing new! When school was finished we went with the two other volunteers to the market at the beach, by feet, where I bought new sunglaces, a beautiful dress and some suncream. This evening we were all trying to connect with the internet and now it finally does so here's another ...

Bokor & A Day in Kampot

A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant

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This morning I took a minibus to Kampot. Bokor National Park is nearby and I will spend the day there. What a beautiful place. The park is quite large - several thousand hectares, whatever they are. It was built by and for the wealthy Cambodians and French back in the 1920's. When the Khmer Rouge took over the country they pretty much destroyed the buildings there but the church, post office and old casino are still standing although they are in disrepair. In Kampot, ...

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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