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      A big day out with a really interesting bloke

      A travel blog entry by valetroy on Jan 25, 2015

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      Went into the hills in the national park today, to the former king's residence; a giant Buddha-like statue of Lok Yeay Mao - Lady Luck; the remains of the Bokor hill station; the preserved shell of the Bokor Palace Hotel (built by and for the French in the 1920s); the new 1000 room hotel/casino nearby; the Buddhist Wat of Sampove Pram and Popokvil waterfall with no water.

      Sien, our guide and driver, is ...

      A mask workshop at disability arts centre, Kampot!

      A travel blog entry by crosbywilsher on Jan 13, 2015

      ... shows?? Who knows, it could happen and he might be able to return home to Cambodia with some money too. When HYT Starts over again wouldn't it be wonderful to support an inclusive arts project out here through programme / pop corn/ refreshment money!! In the meantime, if you would like to donate some money to an amazing project ( we have seen it for ourselves, and wouldn't recommend otherwise) then please visit their website or visit their page and do a wonderful ...


      A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Jan 10, 2015

      45 photos

      ... by the French in the 1920's.The church was at one of the, highest points, 1080 meters above sea level, and boy did it have some views. Maureen decided that she would stand right at the edge of the rock to admire the view, whereas I was happier a few steps back. After absorbing it all in and taking a load of pictures, it was time to test our luck and head to the casino. It was the old casino again built by the French to get away from the humidity during the ...

      Sleepy Kampot

      A travel blog entry by samantha.blonk on Jan 09, 2015

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... city. Some are empty and turned in to ruines and others are in good shape. This is a town where tourists spend a day or two. Or you will find some old travellers who nevers seem to leave this place. But we needed some peace and quiet. And stay for some days. Every night we enjoy watching the sunset at the river. We relaxe so much that we didn't make a lot if pictures, sorry for ...

      Anything could happen

      A travel blog entry by andshegoes on Jan 04, 2015

      ... who invaded, the Khmer Rouge who's last hideout was in these mountains and all of the land mines planted when the Vietnamese tried to take over. These mountains have quite the interesting story to tell. They had been closed to all visitors for over 30 years... And had just recently been cleared of land mines and paved a road for access, as such we are able to hike up in these mountains and ruins.
      We stop for lunch at a waterfall which sadly as we are in dry ...