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  • Kampot, CambodiaCan pepper ever be special, exquisite, refined? Can it ever be sufficiently better than your supermarket staple to bother seeking something different out? The Posted by TaylorElphicks in The Seafood Chronicles | Jan 29, 2020
  • Goodbye Vietnam. Hello Cambodia.Unsurprisingly our last week in Vietnam came with both ups and downs. We travelled from the mountains back to the coast and on to Ho Chi Minh City. A week ago our time in Vietnam came to an end and Posted by astpurcell in OUT THE DEPARTURE GATE | May 4, 2016
  • 6) Cambodia==Cambodia== Cambodia was absolutely my favourite and there is no doubt in my mind that I will return in the future. There is still so much to see, to find out. It is not lush, nor green. It is brown and Posted by jayandmat2015 in Jay & Mat's Travel Blog | May 31, 2015
  • Kampot pepper crab tastes better when it's raining The southern coast of Cambodia is host to several idyllic islands dotted with beautiful beaches, Posted by AbbyAndMike in Wandering Dreamers | Aug 1, 2014
  • Angkor, What?We took a bus from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal Mo Chit to the Cambodian border without much hassle (turn up, buy ticket, buy snacks, get on next departing bus, off we go). Rather than take yet another 3 hour bus Posted by TessAndRach in Asian Adventure | Feb 23, 2014
  • Photos from Cambodia Koh Rong Kampot [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com Posted by isabellepurcell in isabelle vs the world | Jan 8, 2014
  • Finding Paradise in Cambodia So many people have already asked me where my favorite place has been. To date, I absolutely have to say the South of Cambodia. Except not Sihanoukville. Its weird. And full of drunken backpackers (say nothing!) and prostitutes. Although Otres Posted by isabellepurcell in isabelle vs the world | Jan 8, 2014
  • Chapter eighty three - KepDay 299: Kep, Cambodia 25/07/2012 Awake early this morning, each of us a fair bit healthier than we were yesterday. When I ask G what time it is she replies with an authoritative and decisive 'ten past eight'. A look at Posted by tevs in Unbelievable trekkers | Sep 12, 2012
  • Rabbit IslandRabbit Island, off the coast of Kep, had become something of a fantasy land to us over the week before we set out. Over tipsy evenings of numerous bottles of non-Cambodian wine we had discussed the mythical facets of the Posted by Annie Thornton in Meanderings in Asia | Jan 24, 2012
  • Ghost Towns, Beer Laos and... Crabs. Where Shianouksville has embraced every facet of commercialism and draws in hordes of tourists, the relaxed and relatively little visited Kampot province is only two hours away in time but a world away in development. Reading of Kampot that it Posted by Annie Thornton in Meanderings in Asia | Jan 14, 2012
  • Puttering around in Phnom PenhThe first time I came to Cambodia, I was traveling with two cousins. We saw Angkor Wat, I came to Phnom Penh for the day and we flew out. I always meant to come back. I am a fan of Posted by Di SharmaWinter in Tripping Out | Nov 22, 2011
  • Retreating to Kep We decided to treat ourselves to a night of luxury, so we headed to Kep, famous for its crab, and checked into the Vine Retreat, an eco-lodge and organic farm. On arrival our host, the manage Posted by aspindi in Flying East for Winter | Oct 24, 2010
  • Relaxing in KampotOur trip gets better the minute we leave Sihanoukville, starting with our minibus trip to Kampot. Us and another couple were treated to a comfy ride, driven by two very sweet & nice young Kymer men, who on getting close to Posted by aspindi in Flying East for Winter | Oct 18, 2010
  • Photo Post: CambodiaI finally found bought a new USB hook up for my camera! I can post pictures again!!! In no specific chronological order: Monk at wat at Phnom Pehn. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.co Posted by achamy in Transpacifica | Oct 15, 2010
  • Kep & Kampot, CambodiaWe left Phnom Pehn reluctant. The town was not aesthetically the most pleasing or had the most fantastic of sights. But the placexcitement, and cosmopolitan charm unlike anywhere we had been thus far. Where Hanoi was a frenzy, a New Posted by achamy in Transpacifica | Oct 10, 2010

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