Address: Kampot, Cambodia | Hotel
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        Sprains, Trains, and Daily Rains

        A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Aug 05, 2015

        35 photos

        ... worth it: there are a number of interesting things going on in this area. First stop was at a salt farm. It’s the rainy season, so there’s no salt harvesting going on right now, since it needs lots of strong sunlight and no rain. But the huge sheds full of salt were interesting! Apparently this small area outside Kampot produces 100 million tonnes of salt a year. We then drove through a green countryside where we ...

        Journey to Kampot

        A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on Jun 26, 2015

        4 photos

        ... in the right vehicle now! Finally, we got there. My hostel was close enough, and after twelve hours of travel to cover 430 kms, I was glad to get there. The night, was just getting beer in the hostel bar and catching up on the blog entries. :) The ride though was beautiful, since it allowed me to see the Cambodian country side. The country is more poor than any other, I have been to on this trip. But in many ways, it reminded me of drives through the Indian ...


        A travel blog entry by will.meyer on Jun 02, 2015

        1 comment, 16 photos

        ... It was a 4 story building with a pool, bar, restaurant and other entertainment on the first floor, then all the floor above were accommodation. Apparently on the roof was a sky bar but we never made it up there. We ordered 2 pizzas (got carried away) and some calamari. It was all delicious. Then as we digested that the waitress offers us desserts which we couldn't refuse. I had chocolate and banana cake with ice cream and Ali the passion fruit ...

        Crabtastic fish supper

        A travel blog entry by zoeandlaura2015 on May 20, 2015

        4 photos

        ... Then the volleyball started, and it got quite competitive. Another dip in the sea and we were ready for the fish supper.

        Chris, the rep, took us to the crab market for lunch where we got to try a mixture of locally caught crab, rice and mixed vegetables. It was crabtastic! We all headed back in the limo finishing off the beers to watch the sunset up on the rooftop bar. Safe to say most of us pretty tipsy, but a good day had, and made some great friends. Cheers

        Zoe ...

        A Gem Of A Town

        A travel blog entry by emmabray on Apr 13, 2015

        6 photos

        Having a month in Cambodia we kind of needed a few towns to fill up our schedule as we needed to spend a month here. Kampot was one of those towns but not one that I regret doing. This town is a very quiet one, with everything closing up pretty early in the evenings. Sitting by the river watching the sunset was probably one of five things we found to do here but then again we wasn't ...