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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Kep
... exhausted due to little sleep. We booked our 3 day 2 night Halong Bay tour and packed it in for the night. There was 90 people going on the Halong bay tour meaning there would be 4 boats. It was a little unorganised and the way it worked out was the three of us were put on a boat with 20 irish people who all knew eachother and were already completely smashed before boarding the boat. We quickly realised that this was not the kind of group we expected to be with. It was a group of ...
As the minibus pulled away from the border gate I found myself looking immediately for a change in appearance between the two countries. I don't exactly know why, except that I knew that economically speaking, Vietnam was doing much better than its neighbour, but as we sped through the Cambodian countryside (nope, definitely no difference between the kamikaze driving styles of these nations) I saw little to indicate that we'd really crossed the border ...
... much of it, probably because we had been spoilt by the gorgeous islands we had recently been to. The beach wasn't that nice and quite dirty and the sea was full of big jellyfish so we didn't fancy swimming. It was however very quiet on the island so we just laid about in hammocks and read our books. Just before we were due to get the boat back there was a big storm which was really exciting. We watched the lightning strike on the horizon and hoped we ...
After Kampot we got a tuk tuk about half an hour to the coastal town of Kep. It was quite a nice drive, I really enjoy travelling by tuk tuk! We are getting into the backpacker swing of things now by checking out a few different guesthouses and hostel rooms before deciding where to stay. We picked one on the beach and spent the day in the sea and sunbathing. We hardly saw any ...
... now making a bit of a comeback with a number of boutique guesthouses having been built, located between and adjacent to the eerie old villas that still remain untouched since being deserted. This mixture of old and new gave the town a cool, retro vibe that we predict will see it become a popular holiday destination in SE Asia in the next decade or so.
If Kampot is known for pepper, then Kep is known for its crab. Upon arrival, we immediately hired bikes and set-out ...