Cambodia - Temples, Books, Films and ruminations...by Andy Brouwer
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Along the shore near Kep crab market
There's nothing more peaceful and relaxing in my book than spending time at the seaside. Whether the sea is like a millpond or if there's a storm brewing and the waves are crashing into the shoreline, the sea holds a great fascination and attraction for me. In Cambodia, its the south coast or nothing as far as shoreline is concerned and here's just a few photos to remind me of some precious moments. Perhaps in my dotage I will retire to the seaside, we shall see (or should that be sea). In the meantime, I'm very happy today as my doctor has given me a clean bill of health and my blood tests say I'm in perfect shape after a couple of months of suffering with a dermatitis skin reaction. It was pretty awful at one stage so I'm glad it's now behind me. I hope you weren't eating when you read this...
Sunset in Kep from the shoreline in front of my guesthouse
Okay, so its not the sea (well it is, in the distance) but lovely and peaceful nonetheless, at Phnom Sorsia
Back to the sea views, this one from my balcony at Kep Seaside guesthouse
Empty sandy beaches are the order of the day in Cambodia, this one is Koh Sompouch beach in Ream