Dugout Hotel

Address: # 103, Street 3, Phum 3, Smach Meanchey Commune , Koh Kong, Koh Kong Province, Cambodia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on # 103, Street 3, Phum 3, Smach Meanchey Commune , Koh Kong.
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      Day 109. Taxi-coach-minivan-walk-taxi to Cambodia

      A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Dec 15, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      After two hours sleep the alarms went off. Brian, Jane and I got ready. Graham and Mally slept through their alarms. The three of us who did get up hailed a metered taxi from Samsen Road hoping to suss out the bus and buy tickets to save time. It was a vain effort as the guys didn't make it for the 0700 anyway. The next bus left at 0830.

      It gave us time for food so we had Thai breakfast at a local place with plastic garden stools and tables. No ...

      Day 26

      A travel blog entry by tnfj on Oct 11, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Mahogany - apparently you can only collect what you find floating down the river - this explained the look on their faces when then saw us☺
      Waterfall was good and the water refreshing. Spent about 2 hours here than back to the boat for lunch. The other 4 kayaked while Fi and I swam.
      Back to resort around 4, had a swim off our deck, showers up and at the ' bar' by 5. Few beers and dinner and early to ...

      All Hostels are not alike.

      A travel blog entry by rmmcfall on Jun 20, 2014

      4 photos

      Thankfully, it's okay I change your mind. After Phnom Penh, Heather & I trekked 7 hours (bus hours, not real ones) down to a fishingtown on the coast called Koh Kong. This was a wildly different reality from the city--a first difference being that no one spoke english, and no one else was foreign. However, I was stoked to be there, getting away from the chaos of the city, which though exhilarating, possesses ...

      Chi Phat - Jungle trek

      A travel blog entry by mattey on Apr 09, 2014

      12 photos

      ... for the flavour that's for sure! Got given hammocks and a bag for our trek and off we went on 16km trek to the jungle! Was baking hot again. Luckily they gave us 3 litres of water to carry each. We walked through some grassland first then gradually into thicker and thicker jungle where we could hear a lot of wildlife! Saw a small lancehead snake which is very dangerous it even got our guide abit jumpy! ...

      Trip to Chi Phat

      A travel blog entry by mattey on Apr 07, 2014

      9 photos

      ... else about staying in any other lodges! We cycled back into the village to grab some food which we thought would probably be pretty parc but it turned out to be very good! By this time it was pitch black and it took us ages to find our way back, if we didn't have a torch I probably would not be writing this now! No street lamps no nothing it was very irey but we felt safe, saw loads of weird bugs on the walk back from the bridge to our shed, millepedes, spiders, huge ...