Kampot > Kep > Phnom Penh > Siem Reap


Yesterday we moved from Sihanoukville to Kampot by bus, arrived at the hotel then went out to eat something. Finally, we walked a bit in town, along the river and back to the hotel. Because I forgot my camera, I’ve got nothing to show you. Anyway, we organised for today, the last day, a trip to Kep before reaching the airport in Phnom penh. Kep is the best place to visit pepper farms. Many farms are biologic. The one where we went offers a roughly 15 minutes free tour around their property. The man who showed us around speaks English and French.

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Sihanouk ville > Koh Rong Samloem island


This morning, we took a bus back to the Sihanoukville city centre. This bus had no window, and the inside was nearly empty. There were two long bench on each side and two wooden palettes in the centre. Once we reached the city, we collect a lot more people and the bus was full. The two palettes were there to pile up most of the backpacks. Thirty minutes later we got on the “Speedferry” to Koh Rong Samloem island where we plan to stay two nights.

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