Le Bout du Monde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 …
... our hotel and pointed to pick us up over where justin was sitting at the ice cream shop. But when I got back to where justin was sitting I must not have said it accurately or they just didn't want to give us a ride cause a tuk tuk never came. We were destined to put on our moon boots and have ourselves a space walk back to our Cambodian space station. Justin wasn't terrible enthused about the idea at first (I think it was hitting him a little harder than it was me) and I ...
... Ho Chi Minh in no time. We read online that there is a bus from the airport into the city. When we got outside the 152 bus turned up so we had to rush for it. On the bus we discovered how chaotic Ho Chi Ming was. Scooter whizzing around like a swarm of bees, how they manage not to crash into one another is crazy. The bus dropped us off by the market. From there we had to walk to our hotel while avoiding all ...
... 35 degrees. There were quite a few locals having 'picnics' consisting of all kinds of eggs and beer mainly! Some were even taking photos of us, you'd think they'd be used to Caucasians by now! It was boiling but relaxing with our feet in the stream. We walked up it quite far in the water, Jess fell as we were helping a Vietnamese guy grab his bag that fell in, she was wearing flip flops to be fair and had to chase them later on down the stream! ...