Kimly Lodge

Address: Waterfront Crab Market, Kep, Cambodia | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Waterfront Crab Market, Kep.
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      Travel Blogs from Kep

      Vietnam- Good Morning Vietnam!!!

      A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on Jul 12, 2014

      36 photos

      ... Unfortunately the hotel had our passports and they would not let us go without a fight. At one point the hotel manager seemed to want us to switch to their sister hotel, but we said "no". We demanded our passports back and it almost got to the point where I was going to get physical. The staff told us first that we would have to pay, which really raised my blood pressure, and they continually tried to get us to go to their sister hotel without giving our passports back. One of ...

      Kep and Cambodia summary

      A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on May 31, 2014

      ... around the town. The fact we managed to see Jim and his friends there was the icing on the cake. We both appreciated the temples of Angkor for their architecture and how well they had been preserved and we enjoyed the isolation of Robinsons bungalows on the island of Koh Rong Saloem. It is tragic that Cambodia is the most heavily mined country in the world and we really hope that Cambodia stamps out the corruption that has ruined the ...

      The kids are alright!

      A travel blog entry by seekermm on Apr 24, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... meet. For young
      boys there is always the option of leaving home by joining a monastery. By becoming young monks, they insure that
      they receive an education and there is no expense for the parents. These boys can leave the monastery at any
      time, they can get a university education, they can go back to their village
      and get married. It is not a lifetime commitment and most of the young monks come
      from poor rural areas. The ...

      Phu Quoc Island- scuba and Ban São beach

      A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086 on Apr 23, 2014

      19 photos

      ... it was ok, not good but edible. Luckily, the sauce masked most of the taste! Then it was time for dive two. We went down to 10metres this time and it was amazing, there were fish everywhere, some I'd never seen before and I could see the seabed and all the corals and sponges properly. They were so many different colours and my instructor showed me how to put my hand out and touch the sea anemones and sponges. When I touched the sea anemones they went back into the rock, I'd never ...

      First weekend in Kep

      A travel blog entry by ielke on Feb 17, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... When we came back I wanted to try and finish the assignment again, but the little office we claimed was closed. So all my stuff - laptop, iPad, hard-disc and books - were stuck there. Because there wasn't really anything else to do and I needed to wait for someone to arrive with the key, Lara and I watched a movie in bed, nice and cosy. When 'Lars and the real girl' was finished it was time for diner. And afterwards Lara, Alba ...