Phnom Pros Hotel

Kosamak Neary Roth Street, Kampong Cham, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kosamak Neary Roth Street, Kampong Cham.
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Travel Blogs from Kampong Cham

The Bamboo Bridge

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on May 22, 2014

64 photos

... it's easy to feel as if we're not. We look, talk, act, and sound different. And yet it's so easy to see just how similar we are, the little Cambodian boy sitting behind us with his parents trying to sing his ABC's, a loving mother tickling her little baby girl while cooking food at her stall, a set of grandparents overjoyed at seeing their kids and grand kids arriving safely via Cambodian taxi. Family is always important and ...

(Busy) overnight stop

A travel blog entry by edandkate on Apr 18, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... into a makeshift beach, with sand, umbrellas, food and drinks stalls and miniature thatched houses on stilts out on the water that families can hire for the day. By this stage the sun had come out and it was very hot, so after a drink, sit in the shade and paddle in the river we mounted our (now very hot!) saddles and made our way back. On the way a Cambodian lady took her phone out and took a photo of us on our bikes on the bridge! We had planned to go and visit some more sights on ...

Off again

A travel blog entry by emmavarney on Feb 20, 2014

... a beautiful traditional meal of curry, morning glory, dried fish, fried mushroom and a couple of other little things...oh and rice! After lunch we grabbed our bikes and rode of down to cross the bamboo bridge, across the Mekong over to pen island. The bridge actually gets washed away each monsoon season and then rebuilt every year. There are bikes, ...

A Little Gem

A travel blog entry by ralfthebear on Jan 18, 2014

15 photos

I have one simple rule when we travel, and that is to say "No" to travel by minivan. They are uncomfortable and generally dangerous. Still rules are there to be broken, particularly when the bus decides not to turn up! So we found ourselves playing sardines with 21 others in a minibus designed for 14, numerous bags of rice squashed under seats and boxes of cargo here there and everywhere. The only good thing was ...

Another challenging experience

A travel blog entry by hebarano on Dec 17, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... a life for themselves, but of course they depend on the support of others to get them back to the clinic regularly which has its own challenges. The sun is out again today so we are off to do some sightseeing in this area before heading back to Phnom Penh this afternoon. We will spend the night in our hotel before catching the bus to Ho Chi Minh City tomorrow. Looking forward to catching up with the mez and her crew when they return to HCMC on ...