Travel Blogs from Kep
... which was a lot of fun because the road was curvy. Next we stopped at a beach for icecream. Last stop was a cave temple and then we made it to Hoi An. The tour ran a bit late as it was dark when we arrived. Corey, Tanner and I had funny stripped tan lines from the elbow pad straps. Wish I took a picture of it. All in all it was such a great tour and I recommend anyone travelling in Vietnam to go on Le Family Riders tour. I am so glad I had a family that rode dirtbikes growing ...
... all ran back into the school yard yelling and waving
Just down the road the other way from Hariharalaya is
Merina’s, a lovely little roadside stall with cold coconuts, homemade vegan ice
cream and “the best iced coffee in Cambodia”.
Merina is super friendly and always brings a little something extra for
the people from the yoga retreat. Her 3
kids are at the stall most of the time ...
... drive was dusty, bumpy and slow due to the dodgy tuk tuk. At one point Al and I even had to get out of the tuk tuk so he could drive it over the train tracks due to it's sheer lack of motor power. We finally arrived at the Phnom Chhnok caves to be told that we had to pay entry. Ummm fairly sure we already paid 18 bucks for the tour?! It was only $1 each but still it's the principle. So we were met at the caves by two 20-something Cambodian guys who were our ...
... the school.
We wanted to go to the market in the early morning, and Dominique would take us there around 8. But hey, we're in Cambodia, so we only left to the market around 13h30, because Dominique always had something else to do. But when we finally got there, we came back with 40kg of potatoes, 10l of oil, 500gr of salt and 5l of mayonaise. Yes, I hear you making a good guess, we we're going to make French fries for all the school! Once we were back, we immediately started ...
... as the “road was too narrow” [filthy lie – could drive a tank column sideways down the main road] Lauren suggested she was happy to walk the 2km. I was not, but stupidly took this as less of an option and more of a direct order. So we humped our bags around the hill, past some picnicking locals, through the crab market and finally made it to the first hotel. I had whined like a stuck pig the entire way. Hungry, tired, hot and sweaty. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking