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... the seafood. The area is known for its crabs and its pepper. Naturally they make many different preparations consisting of crab and pepper, along with other seafood like squid, shrimp and fish. We see some monks sitting at the next table and they had ordered shrimp, squid and crab dishes. We told the server we wanted the same crab and squid dishes. I had a beer and Ali a coke. We then see the lady heading out into the sea in front of where we are sitting. There are ...
... we would be heading south as to avoid the sun. They were on the right side and the Suns heat radiated in for the next 2 hours. They did not look happy. The AC did not seem to reach us in the back and it was a pretty uncomfortable ride in the heat. We got into Kampot and were greeted by the usual hordes of tuk tuk drivers and other hangers-on. We had an idea where we were going and left the ruckus and headed down the quiet streets in search of a hotel. ...
... being turned on and off (no surprise if they were) and that was our firefly show. No idea why we expected a river of blue fireflies but it was not to be. Just 10 very faint lights in a bush.
We get back to Kampot and head to the noodle bar. It was very very cheap and an amazing place. A young lad came through and made fresh noodles for every single order (see video below). It was a pleasure watching him working and on ...
... a mountain to visit a temple which damn nearly killed me (definitely feeling the lack of exercise traveling legs!) the highlight of my time in Kampot was a drive up into the mountains through a place called Bokor Hill national park with the guys. The sky was full of clouds that day... the first day in as long as I can remember that it wasn't sunny as all. Well, we caught up with those clouds quickly as we drove further up into the mountain. ...
... Jones and it seems we are not going to get anywhere. On the verge of walking away, we notice a young western girl arrive on a bike. We call her over, and tell her our connection, she has heard of Trestle and believes there are some old masks in a box somewhere. We have to wait 15 minutes in the blistering heat until she appears with one of the Khmer managers. Minutes later, we are given a tour of the special school and the inclusive performance artists' area. Another ...