Kampot Diamond Hotel

Address: Kampongbay Village, Kampot, Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kampot

Anti-malarials = anti-happiness

A travel blog entry by jemraven on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... quite simply, the best ribs I've ever had and we ate with voracity while we sat taking in the view of the river and the lights of Kampot. When the bill came, the total (including a couple of beers each) didn't even top $15.

I woke up the following morning feeling not all that great. It started with me having to pay a swift visit (as in, I had to run) to the toilet and which I did not vacate for a good ten or fifteen minutes. When I was finally able to remove myself - though ...


A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Aug 02, 2014

21 photos

... a scooter for five days, saving a dollar a day for the long lease. We got a shiny new one too which meant we got two breaks and a light, and we set out, up a hill. Bokor Hill Station was The Grand Bokor Hotel and Casino and the centre piece of what is now a French Ghost town high in the remote hills of Preah Monivong National Park. A church, post office and royal apartments completed the resort. Bokor Hill was abandoned first by the French in late 1940s, during the First Indochina ...

Camp Pot

A travel blog entry by ninjabackpacker on Jul 31, 2014

3 photos

... instead we went further downstream so that we could play in the rapids. In our heads we had visions of tubing and kayaking. Instead we were taken to a small Khmer market that had stepping stones, which gave access to the water. Still determined to play in the water, we made our way to the water's edge. We waded in, but only a metre as the current was too strong. Aftee a couple of minutes Lottie noticed that we were being watched.not just by ...

Vietnam- Good Morning Vietnam!!!

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

36 photos

... day. All 3 of us plus another guy we had met from the US were quick to line up for rock climbing. Due to most people being drunk, there wasn't many participating in this activity. The rock climbing was quite difficult and made my forearms burn. At that moment I felt the side affects of not having a consistent workout routine while travelling; feeling weak sucks. During my second session of trying to get to the top of the most difficult climbing route, I heard some guy yelling for help ...

Relaxed in Kampot

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Jul 10, 2014

51 photos

... a wise decision. We always said that if we felt unsafe at any time we would not put ourselves in any dangerous situations no matter of the cost.

We argued for about 20 Min's with the staff and we were getting no where. I was beginning to get very annoyed and the heat wasn't helping much. So we decided to cut our losses and revert to plan B which at this time we never had. I called Tom the Tuk Tuk driver that took us to the ...