Monday, December 29, 2008

Ream in pictures

The map of the National Park at the Ranger station of Prek Toeuk Sap
In addition to my recent report from Ream National Park, here's a few more photos to give you a feel for the trip we took, which was a boat trip with a Ranger guide, an hour-plus of relaxation on a remote beach (bring your own lunch as the facilities are zero), a jungle walk and visit to a fishing village and then back to the Ranger station at Prek Toeuk Sap. Certainly a pleasant diversion from Sihanoukville though the cost of the boat hire was quite high, so make sure there's a group of you to share the costs.
The Prek Toeuk Sap river estuary
Two fishing boats on the river with one of the boatmen in the water checking the nets
This is Vy, our boat pilot, at the helm
The secluded beach at Koh Sampouch
Another view of the beach from the hut where we ate our lunch
This is the jetty from the dolphin-watching station to Thmor Thom village
Gutting the day's catch of fish at Thmor Thom village
This is our boat, on hire from the park authority; it needed a little more protection from the sun
The fishing village of Thmor Thom from the boat



Blogger Ron said...

Andy, I just stumbled upon your blog and was amazed! I'll be checking in often to get the latest news from my homeland, Cambodia. Thanks for sharing.


December 30, 2008 at 2:49 AM  
Anonymous Tomas said...

Andy, I was just going through your blog and I find it amazing. Great job. I am going to visit Cambodia in March with my girlfriend but we only have 3 days to spend on the coast. What place do you recommend? Sihanoukville, Koh Kong, Kampot..? we are trying to look for some place not to crowded with tourists, nice beaches, snorkle and diving if possible.

January 25, 2009 at 7:21 AM  

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