After Christina leaves Phnom Penh and the gorgeous hotel she travels to the seaside town of Kep. Kep was a playground for the wealthy in the 1960s and 70s. After Pol Pot it never recovered, holiday mansions remain empty. Here are some of the vacant sixties houses I discovered when I traveled there.
I stayed at this gorgeous hotel, The Pavilion, in 2012. It was the inspiration for the place where Christina began her first venture in Cambodia. This is the foyer of the restored Colonial era mansion. It was unbelievably good value and think it cost around $55. per night. Little did I know it would be […]