I think the best thing about this is that it's different. How many places can you go which offer a kayak tour for a really good price? The guys are quick to respond to emails and phone calls. You don't have to make a reservation far in advance (I did mine the night before). You do however have to get transport to the beginning spot. I paid $2.50 for a moto driver and a tuk tuk driver gave me a quote of $5, but that was a bit negotiable. (Your destination isn't a populated area where they would have luck of bringing someone into town.)
I went on Sunday, and all along the journey there were "fishermen" out catching fish in various stages. Along with them, there were also lots of children along the shore or people bathing in the water. If you can't be bothered to learn 'hello' in Khmer, you'll miss out on some fun and smiles! I have a bad back and bad knees, but I was on the water for 2.5 hours and the kayak didn't bother either of my problems. :)
They offer to provide life jacket and they'll also give you a waterproof duffel bag to put your stuff into. (But beware that it gets hot with the sun out, so don't put any food or meltables in there.)
The only suggestion to renters is to make sure that your oar's padding and washer is in order before you set out, otherwise you may get dripped upon constantly.
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