Kampot, Cambodia | Hotel
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    Salt & Pepper

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... dry drum beat. It picks up speed to a roll and then petr's out, a bit like the lizard. A pack of howling dogs had woken us in the night but was still one of our best nights sleep in six months. Our woven wooden yurt is perched on stilts and moored at the edge of a small river that encircles a mangrove island. It is quiet, relaxed and an absolute ***** to find. You can jump in a wooden canoe and row around a simple loop before coming out at the river. Only ...


    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... and the leg work. He waits with visas ready at the stamping booths while you physically walk out and then in. This is nothing new and with our few passengers the process would be quick. We paid up, twice. We ignored the sign for a medical queue, and the easiest land crossing so far followed - we were in Cambodia, first stop Phnom Penh. Another three hours on the road and we were dropped in the centre of the city. No pickups, no livestock, no rice. Only used to the dropped part, we ...

    Camp Pot

    A travel blog entry by ninjabackpacker on Jul 31, 2014

    3 photos

    ... washing off the mud which had been caked on earlier whilst freeing the tuk tuk. Once outside, she used the local irrigation stream to do the same for Charlotte. The pepper plantation was boring. Let's move on. In the evening we decided we would venture out for dinner. We ended up next door at a place calles Blissful. The name should have given it away. The place looked like a crack den, but was clearly "blissful" for the inhabitants due to ...

    Winding down our time in Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jun 07, 2014

    14 photos

    ... not to. At one point, we thought we would go to the beach and resort town close by (Kep Beach), but we didn't. We also talked about spending a day on Rabbit Island, but again, that didn't happen. It wasn't just that we were lazy, but it had something to do with the weather as well. It's the start of rainy of season in Cambodia and even though it didn't rain a ton when we were in Kampot, we were told the view from the top of the mountain in ...

    Cambodia in a nut shell (part 2)

    A travel blog entry by allmytravels on May 02, 2014

    11 photos

    ... would be alcohol.... LOTS of alcohol . And that's exactly what I did. I drank a bottle of wine, some vodkas and some beers. Nicely tipsy and armed with an eye mask and some ear plugs Brendan managed to get me into the hut. I can do this!!! I managed to fall asleep ( or pass out). All good. Until Brendan decided he had to go to the toilet at 4am( the toilet was shared downstairs) so he woke me to mind our stuff. Big mistake! I freaked out. Now sober ...