Saturday, August 10, 2013

In Kep, Cambodia - unwinding with the family

After following the Mekong along hundreds of kilometers, we reached the Cambodian coast in Kep, a small seaside town. Kep is a strange place, full of memories of a golden era, when wealthy colonialists relaxed on the beach during week-ends, haunted by the ghosts of the civil war. Villas in ruins a few meters away from trendy bars. Surrounded by mountains and beautiful nature, Kep is also a perfect stop for families. The trail through the national park is very well-marked and easy even for little legs. After a good walk, relax on Kep beach. For more beach, a white sandy one, take a boat to Koh Tonsay, a small island 30 minutes away from the coast.