Sok Man Palace

Next to Kep Market, Street 33A, Kep, Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kep

Vietnam- Good Morning Vietnam!!!

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey


... and I arrived in Hanoi, we found the guy holding a sign with our names on it. The man looked representable which eased my mind a little. He asked for our passports and told us to wait. Within 30min he was back with our passports and visas. The visas looked legit and we made it through immagration. Woohoo! We made it into the country. What a relief! On the taxi ride into the city, I noticed the buildings were very skinny and tall. There were lots of rice fields as well. After finding ...

Kep - tasty seafood, bike rides and national park

A travel blog entry by bridgetluke

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... in the sea. That evening we went to a really nice restaurant which was built on top of the sea so you could hear the waves crashing in when you ate. We shared crab with Kampot black pepper and a salt and chilly prawn dish which were both really nice. We biked back to the guest house along the dirt track road with nothing other than moonlight guiding us back. The next day we got a boat over to Rabbit island which we had heard was really nice but to be honest we ...

Kampot and Kep aka. Pepper and Crab

A travel blog entry by natandross


... which had a real Mediterranean feel. We've never been to Southern France, but with its long winding, hilly roads, set adjacent to the ocean, we guess that is what it most resembles.

Back in Sihnanoukville we had received a tip-off from another British couple that we should visit a bar/restaurant called 'Sailing Club' whilst in Kep, to take advantage of a really good happy hour, but also to see and we quote 'the best sunset in Cambodia' - it wasn't a bad shout as ...

Concrete Jungle to Riverside Bliss

A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards


... Rikitikitavi is a Rudyard Kipling story so I must remember to tell him about Rottingdean! We plan on getting the kids to bed early, having a beer and then looking forward to a change of scenery tomorrow. We are heading to Sihanoukville. We've heard bad and good things about it. We've decide to head there tomorrow and get a feel for it. If we like it, and I know a travelling family who swear by it, then we'll stay. If not, we'll move on. Guess that's the bonus of our ...

A “Lazy” Day

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is


... hand over hand up the “path”. Lauren and I were quickly sheathed in sweat. The dust that had clung to our damp legs at the start of our walk now turned into sweaty mud and oozed down into our socks. Each time we got to the end of a zig another zag presented itself. Visions of us stuck in the jungle as the pleasant light faded into the pitch black jungle night occupied my mind. Would we ever make it? Well. Yes. Sadly the nature of a ...


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