Palm House

Sangkat Kep, Kep, Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kep

The kids are alright!

A travel blog entry by seekermm


... 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 ...

Kampot and Kep aka. Pepper and Crab

A travel blog entry by natandross


... heat of the coast. Suffering from the heat ourselves we decided to hire a motorbike and make the trip up the mountain to see the sights at the top. Until recently it hasn't been possible to visit the mountain without joining a tour group but a new $1 billion road has now been completed meaning the journey up was relatively easy if a little windy.

The main reason for the new road is that a Chinese investment group have bought the land at the top of the hill and ...

Concrete Jungle to Riverside Bliss

A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards


... to it where you'll find the owners snoozing between customers. The land became much more fertile and the scenery changed from the animal feeding morning rituals to the preparation of fishing nets- how we gaged how close we were to the sea. Every property had at least one cow tethered near by or, quite often, found crossing the road to taste some of that greener grass they'd heard tell about. There are lots of cows in Cambodia. I find this odd. What is their purpose? Dairy ...

A “Lazy” Day

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is


... wanted to get to Sunset Rock before sunset and the only other route seemed to add a few more km's onto the journey we decided to take this so called “Jungle Track”. Attached to the sign pointing out the trail was a warning regarding the steepness and difficulty of the coming terrain. Lauren and I noted this, but assumed that it was measured by normal tourist standards which usually called anything over 2km's and a 20 degree incline difficult. ...

Bleary Eyed Bus Hopping

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is

... the bus “near” our hotel. Again the GPS came in handy when Sean noticed the diving company we intended to do our scuba course with was nearby. So we spent an hour filling in paper work and paying crazy amounts of money. This done we set off towards our hotel as indicated by the GPS. After a short while on the dusty and hot road we decided to cut through a resort to get to the beach and follow that along. So with full gear on our shoulders we set ...


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