Knai Bang Chatt
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... property. We had the idea of buying land and building a little bed and breakfast out here. We predict in a decade or so the area will be booming but the political environment is not the most stable and isn't very investment friendly for foreigners. The monk says that he is actually hoping to run for president in the 2017 elections and has the 2 prominent parties vying for him to join each group. He says he is unsure who to join. We take it all with a grain of salt. ...
... loved diving but since type 1 diabetes entered my life 4 years ago I hadn't managed to dive since. Gabor gave me confidence in my refresher dive and I didn't look back from then, diving every day, brilliant!
The weekend expeditions took us to Kep and Kampot. Kep has amazing sunsets and gorgeous sea food. It was originally founded for the French elite and was a populuar seaside resort until the Khmer Rouge rule. This has left ...
... think) guy who looked like he had been moaning the whole way on the very long journey from Phnom Peng that the mini bus originated from. We strike up a conversation with Andrew, who is a very fascinating guy. He is an experienced traveller that has been to many countries. A few years older than us and a very well spoken guy we discover that said Spanaird has possible jumped on the wrong bus and thinks he going to Vietnam. Silly Pedro!!!
... hello" When we arrived at the Temple there was a service going on, so we couldn't go inside Next stop was a temple in a cave. It was a bit run down. After climbing a lot of steps that had a fantastic serpent banister running the whole length, we descended down into a cave. The Limestone rock formations in the cave were pretty amazing, Mr Wan pointed out different animals, well maybe you needed to have a good imagination. There was a family of monkeys in the ...
... 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 ...