Vietnam is bursting at the seams with mouth-watering food, marvellous scenery, hospitable locals and a rich yet, troublesome history.
There is so much to see and do in this diverse country and it is so hard to squeeze it all into a one month visa. Therefore, I have written up my 4 week itinerary to help you with your planning.
To my dearest friends, family and fellow culture cravers,
This week we’ve been exploring Kampot and Kep in the very South of Cambodia.
Once we’d left our flour-soft sandy beach haven of Koh Rong, we caught a boat and bus to a cute colonial seaside town called Kampot, which is renowned for its pungent pepper plantations.
Situated on the South coast of Cambodia around an hour from the Vietnamese border, this peaceful town is sprinkled in rustic sand-coloured colonial buildings, cosy corner cafes and most prominently, a laid-back promenade overlooking the Kampot River.