Le Flamboyant Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Flamboyant Resort Kep
We arrived having booked 1 week at Le Flamboyant. They had double booked but didnt seem to care, they offered no apology, no help in finding another place and on New Years Eve this was a bad situation for me and my girlfriend to be in! The place reportedly kicks guests out at random for no reason. The owner is a drunk French gambling addict! AVOID!!!!
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... home with a few days later hehe. He must have been questioned about it many of times after his return to Calgary. Hoi An- Such a charming little town this is. This would be mine and Breanne's home for 4 days and Tanners for 2. Our first evening Hoi An appeared to be a ghost town but that's just because we ventured out too late. The following day we ventured to An Bang beach which is shallow for about 300' and then the water turns from a nice turquoise to a darker blue. The water was ...
... was going to be any good, the only reason we probably went there was that Dave decided he wanted to go to Angkor. It turned out to be a lucky choice as Cambodia was our favourite country so far. Although the people have some of the poorest prospects in the world they genuinely seemed so happy & friendly. Kampot was our favourite place in the country thanks to where we stayed (specifically Greenhouse), the great places to eat and the ...
... 4 hour boat ride back upriver. A
smaller catch will be smoked or salted for future use. As the wet season approaches, the family
packs everything up and heads back to their village or farm where they will
work the padi for the next 6 months before returning to the river.
Many of the younger generation are eager for an education
but their families cannot afford to send them to school, or require their help
at home to ...
... only pepper from this region can be labelled as 'Kampot pepper'. Rather ironically, during our time around the town we saw lots of salt plains but no pepper plantations. We did however manage to sample the fabled pepper at dinner one evening and it was pretty good.
Whilst in Kampot you can't help but notice the huge mountain that overshadows the main town. Boker hill as it is known locally was once the weekend getaway for the towns French inhabitants to escape ...
... than I expected.... we decided for the nice end of the day to jump off the railway bridge during sunset with an amazing view of the river with the mountain background to it.... The jump was a bit scary but once the fist person did it, we all knew it is deep enough to join in and jump off as well....
Afterwords I just felt soo green I wanted nothing else but to lie on a hammock and chill...relax and stop the time for a moment. ...