Knai Bang Chatt
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... tunnel escapes and the tunnels are still part of the site. Very cool (got the hat) Down to one of the southern most beaches - now that's a beach! White sand, clear blue water, but the water is so warm that even in 40 degree weather there is no temperature shock. Peeing in the ocean actually cools it!! A bit of seafood at the wharf- Corbia in fish sauce (a bit strong for my tastes) and back home to veg around the pool and at the beach. The neighbour ...
Today we walk through the national park in Kep. In the evening we eat at Mr Mabs and have a lovely Kampot pepper prawn and crab dish, a couple of cocktails, beers and a delightful atmosphere. After the food we pop next door for a few drinks at a restaurant/bar. We admire the nights sky and constellations. As we ...
... over the Arabian Sea. The seatbelt signs were on for virtually the whole flight and we weren't able to eat our breakfast due to the turbulence. After a 7 hour 10 fight we landed at Dubai. We scooted through security and found a Costa Coffee. Jackie bought 2 coffees & 2 toasted sandwiches for the very reasonable price of 25 US dollars!!!!! We found the gate for our flight to Gatwick and discovered several Weirdos waiting to check in. There was an English bloke talking ...
... picture of the monkey, but it was adorable sitting on a branch with it's tail swinging. We finished just as it was getting to the hottest part of the day, so it was time for a refreshing drink and to get changed into some beach wear.
We were off to explore the beach. It was not the most amazing beach and I am sure we will find better ones along the way but it suited us just fine. We grabbed some lunch just before, so Colm was under strict instructions by ...
... strong, they put a load of it on the pizza, our bodies aren't good at digesting and breaking it down, or all the above because nearly 2 full days later and still feeling the "high" was something we didn't anticipate. We decided for our last day in Kampot that we should do some rock climbing. For $35 it would give us a full day of climbing and some supposedly magnificent views. We met with the owner of the company to have a brief rundown of ...