Knai Bang Chatt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... us. With no atm for 50km The Portuguese boys ended up paying the $35 visa fee in a combination of Thai Baht, Laotion Kip, Vietnamese Dong and Euro...this is the point that Matt conceded that my pre planning and research might just come in handy sometimes. That first day in Kep it didn't stop raining, this combined with exhaustion from the journey meant we didn't do much. We met a very interesting American man who had been on a year and a half long ...
... is owned by another French guy who has blackened his upstairs and added a top sound system and projector. The days showing was The Railway Man. The cinema has a bed for ten and assorted odd whicker comfort down the front. Four more joined us along with a dog in a basket. It was good to see the Kanchanaburi locations after our visit earlier in the year but the film is somewhat detached from the book by Lomax. In the book Lomax was somewhat detached from the ...
... our passports and had our bags ready to leave. What a stressful situation that could have got even worse than it was. We ended up finding a hotel just down the road. I guess all Vietnamese aren't as nice as I thought; just goes to show all cultures have their saints and sinners. Anyways, going out for dinner was quite the task as well. We ended up getting street food and the lady couldn't understand 'Pho Ba', which is such a common dish in Vietnam. We ended up having to point out ...
... re arriving from Vietnam, but to use the word 'interest' was perhaps stretching it slightly because, basically, there's nothing there. Apparently the town used to be a popular seaside resort for wealthy French tourists, but several decades ago it had started to fall into disrepair (and as a result of the Khmer Rouge regime - more of that later) and now is mostly a burnt out shell of its former sun-drizzled self.
The main thing that the town is known for is crabs ...
... to find a different hotel for us to stay in as we hadn't yet booked for the next night. Again the man didn't understand us so he called the hotel man who did speak English. He told us that the diving company had called and couldn't pick me up till after 9- I think this is what the man had been trying (badly) to tell us all morning!!! Finally we were packed and ready to move hotel, Catherine went off to the new hotel with our bags and a minibus came to take me to the harbour for ...