Cambodia: Part Nine – Kep

The final few days of the trip, Kep, (which is on the south coast of Cambodia) was the perfect place to kick back, relax in the sea air and enjoy the local seafood at the fantastic local restaurant (The Sailing Club). I also found time to hire a moped to explore the local area – this is what I shot while I was there.

Jetty at dusk, Sailing Club, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

Laid Tables, Sailing Club, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 

Fish 'Amok', Sailing Club, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

 Fish ‘Amok’, Sailing Club, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia

BBQ Stalls at Crab Market, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

BBQ Stalls at Crab Market, Kep

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Long Island Iced Tea, Sailing Club, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia

Interior of Sailing Club, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

Sailing Club, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia

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Farmer working with Cattle driven Plough, Kep

Portrait of Toi, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

Portrait of Toi, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia,

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Seafood on display, Sassor Market, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

Seafood on display, Sassor Market, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia

Seafood on display, Sassor Market, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

Green Pepper hanging, Pepper Farm, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

Green Pepper hanging, Pepper Farm, Kep Province, Cambodia

Red Pepper drying in sun, Pepper Farm, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

Red Pepper drying in sun, Pepper Farm, Kep Province, Cambodia

Portrait of Te, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina, Asia

Portrait of Te, Kep, Kep Province, Cambodia, Indochina

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