Le Bout du Monde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Bout du Monde Kep
This was a charming place of about twelve Khemar buildings on a hillside. They had thatched roofs, open verandas with hammocks and tables. The buildings had no air conditioning but had fans which were more than adequate complimented by the cool evening sea breeze.
These buildings were set in a tropical garden and graced by a new and very natural swimming pool. The place was exceptional value and with breakfast was around forty odd American dollars a night. It was a wonderful stay.
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We awoke and had a wonderfully filling breakfast of fresh fruit, eggs of our choice, baguette, tea & coffee. We had a comfortable night, the room had no air conditioning, so we slept with the doors and windows open to catch the sea breeze, it was like sleeping in the jungle, what with the accompaniment of the night life symphony. We thought a …
6 Uhr aufstehen. Trotz einigen Bier gestern Abend, geht das erstaunlich gut. Schnell duschen und noch ein paar Cornflakes. Samal, der Tuk-Tuk Fahrer, ist pünktlich halb 7 da. Erstaunlich, was um diese Zeit schon los ist! Der Verkehr ist allerdings noch nicht so dicht, so dass ich eine halbe Stunde zu früh am Busbüro bin. Nach ein …
We arrive at Phnom Pehn airport after an overnight flight from Brisbane via Taiwan. It was an uneventful flight with only a short turn around in Taipei International. China Airlines are a pretty good airline allowing you to book your seats three months ahead of your trip, without any charge. They serve both western and Chinese food and speak very …
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Anyway, following my chat with Kelly I was shown to the dorm. I was given a choice of $3/night right next to the bar or a hefty $4/night for the separate dorm a little way up the river - needless to say I chose the latter. The beds, keeping with the style of the buildings, ...
... really bad sketchy vibes from this place. We found another place where one of the ladies knew a bit of english and the room ended up being cheaper. When we went to get dinner Corey had to point at the ingredients on a ladies food cart of what we wanted which was just chicken pho soup. It was quite the experience. I really enjoyed Vietnam, it is one of my favorite countries in SE Asia. It is very beautiful, charming and has awesome food. Now off to Cambodia, the last country we will be exploring on this ...