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Travel Blogs from Phu Quoc Island
... sunshine... sounds like paradise as it's being written... felt like paradise at the time!
Our friends from DaLat caught up with us for our last two days on the island and we shared some chill-out time and enjoyed some great food together.
Our last full day on the island was spent at the newly opened Vinpearl Waterpark, known to the locals as Disney Land. Doubt crept in as we arrived to a completely deserted car park, paid our money and ...
Kep is or was a little secret place for travellers, a village on a narrow strip of land between the hilly Kep National Park and the sea where crabbing is the sole industry supplying much of Cambodia with this speciality. Life is hectic for a few hours after dawn, once the crab fishermen have unloaded their catches, with traders, sorters, cookers and carriers who bustle around bargaining for the best ...
... told her it was a bit ****! Good marketing dude.
In the afternoon we messed about in the sea, doing our best sunset epic jumping in the sea photos – alas poor Hannah wasn’t exactly a natural and made quite a few belly flops! Wandered a while to find somewhere for dinner as we couldn’t get in at the place we had been recommended, Cassia House (?), so went somewhere forgettable (seriously, I can’t remember the dickens where it was or what we ...
We arrived in Kampot at about 4pm and got a tuk tuk to take us to our hostel. There isn't really much in the town but it surrounds a river and we were recommended our hostel by Kate's friend as it was right on the river, so close that you could jump in from the bar area! It had a pontoon, rope swings, tubing, and various other water sport activities! We treated ourselves to a penthouse hut which was very roomy but also ...
... the pagoda offered amazing views of the water and the island. The buildings themselves were only two years old but I think the site dated back further. We explored a little but avoided entering the sanctuary itself because we felt underdressed. The drive back was uneventful aside from the random road construction. It struck both of us as odd that people just drive through the construction sites but without other infrastructure to divert traffic to, I guess ...
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74 Tran Hung Dao, Duong Dong | Hotelfrom $28