Travel Blogs from Kep
... sun. The next morning it was sad to see Tanner go back home. It went so fast having him us. We did so much and it was a blast. Now it is back to just being Corey and I. Only a few more weeks left and we will be on a flight home to Canada. For the rest of the day we did some planning on where we would be going next and what the rest of our trip would look like. We went back to the beach for a nice swim and then we went shopping. I got a suit made for $145. The shopping is really good in ...
... was developmentally delayed but happily yelled “hello” to us several times
before we crossed the road. I bought and
ate some bananas while the 2 younger kids sneaked shy peeks at us. Andreas pulled out the tattoos and I applied
them, starting with the oldest boy. The
5 year old girl shoved her brother to go next and then she decided it was ok
for her to have one too! We finished our
snacks and got back on ...
... about pepper. Unfortunately we once again really struggled to understand what our "guide" was saying but we got the basic gist. Funnily enough the thing I loved the most at the pepper farm was this tiny pond with the most beautiful Lotus flower I have ever seen. So after our quick visit we jumped back in the tuk tuk and headed for Kep a cute seaside town famous for it's crab. We went to the crab "market" which we thought was going to be a massive market full ...
... give it to everyone who passed. In one hour time our 40kg of fries were all given away and when a little later the cleaning was done, we could look back to a really successful day!
Friday was the last day of our project and we analyzed and visualized all the data we collected the passed few days. We also putted them in a presentation for the teachers. And when we were finally finished with all the assignments of the project, it took us a long time to send them to our tutor ...
... it is to go all caveman on it. Bits of exoskeleton spun out like shrapnel as we ripped and tore the legged creature into tiny bits. While the crab meat itself did not impress our uncouth palates we loved the green pepper sauce – slightly sweet and grainy with whole peppercorns. Our fingers were fastidiously licked clean in order to revel in that crab gravy.
That night was blissfully quiet. Nothing, but the erratic barking of geckos to disturb our ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service