|Marc's fried stingray in tamarind sauce|
|looking up the coast toward Kampot, leaning over the rail at our table at Kimly|
|in a place with regular spectacular sunsets, the moments of our final sunset in Kep|
were Spectacular Spectacular
|at the entrance|
|the whole walk was like this, and on occasion there would be an opening|
on the left where you could see all of Kep and the coast to Kampot.
Beautiful scenery and vistas. Maintained by the Kep Squirrel Club, to boot.
|I've never seen this before -- looks like alien mouths to me|
|Marc taking a picture of one of the big views|
|I personally am a sucker for fungi.|
|We came around a bend and saw this web, seemingly suspended in midair.|
It wasn't visible from any other angle. It looked like glowing copper wires.
|and these GORGEOUS shafts of sunlight streaming through the canopy|
|one last swim in our gorgeous little pool|
|one last snack of super-sweet pineapple before we left|
|one last view from the breakfast table|
|goodbye sweet Veranda property|
|one last omelette|
|walk in off the busy street into the peace of our hotel|
|the pool, surrounded by lounging platforms|
|and this Buddha watches over everything|
|distinctive architecture here, and so many shades of yellow, orange and gold|
|I love the architectural styles|
|are these for sale? we just don't know.|
|CULT AND RELIGION. Hmm.|
|no idea, but that's the king in the photograph|
|Seeing more monks walking around the street. Pol Pot killed most of them, and like the|
rest of Cambodian culture, it's slowly coming back.
|just a little pavilion on the riverfront|
|riverfront lined with flags. Vietnam there on top.|
|riverfront buildings -- it's easy to find videos of Phnom Penh|
when Pol Pot and his people destroyed the place. Utter devastation.
|Self-evident. And hilarious.|
|An urban offering spot.|
|LOVE Cambodian wats|
|a lovely wat complex|
|my amazing curry, $5? Shazaam.|
|don't quite know what to make of this -- Santa is Vegan? Is that guy named Santa?|
There was a gigantic thunderstorm that boomed through the night, and around 4am I couldn't sleep because of all the birds singing -- boo hoo poor me -- and then our day started with breakfast around the pool.
|fresh passionfruit juice and French bread and pastries|
|a traditional breakfast -- fried rice with veg and a fried egg on top.|
Would've been better with fresh veg -- we think these came out of a Birdseye bag.
But that egg was so yummy.
And now we're off for the day!