Cambodia: Part Eight – Down to Kampot

After a night in the capital of Cambodia I was back on the bus. This time a six / seven hour journey south towards the coast, and the sleepy riverside town of Kampot, (home of the legendary Kampot pepper).I was about five weeks into the trip by now.  With a week left to go and lots of images already in the bank it was tempting to start relaxing and taking the foot off the gas, but there were still images to be made out here, and I knew I’d regret it back in  London if i hadn’t made the most of my time out on the other side of the world. Whilst in Kampot I hired a bicycle and explored the farmlands at dawn, the riverside at dusk and the bars at night. My team (Arsenal) had a big local derby against their North London rivals but i didn’t have a TV where I was staying and couldn’t find a bar that would be open that late, good job since we lost 2-1!

Boat moored, Kampot, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

Portrait of Child, Fields near Kampot, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

Portrait of Child, Fields near Kampot, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

Rural scene, Fields near, Kampot, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

Kayak, Kampong Bay River, Kampot, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

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Bokor National park, Kampot Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

Bokor National park, Kampot Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

Facade of Building, Kampot, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

Facade of Building, Kampot, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

Facade of Building, Kampot, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

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Portrait of Child, Fields near Kampot, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

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