By some miracle of modern technology here in a location where power cuts occur on an all too frequent basis, the inter web-thingy seems accessible. To be honest you have not missed a great deal. My hit rate is staggeringly abysmal on this leg of the trip. We have also shot a lot less and the slow pace does not suit me at all. But we have left behind the ugly den of iniquity that is Sihanoukville and arrived in Kampot. A greater contrast would be hard to imagine, starting with the hotel, which seems to be run for the benefit of the guests rather than the staff. The Sihanoukville Fawlty Towers was an interesting experience. Kampot has an old colonial feel to it and is attractive in its own right. Today we have been to nearby Kep, where a crab market kept us occupied for some time.
I will do a longer trawl of the files when I arrive back in Hong Kong but here are a few that made it through the cull.
Tomorrow we have a 5.30am start and I am hoping for good light and a grand finale as the end of the trip approaches. Mrs. Ha has returned from her spa in Thailand in good spirits and health. I am threatened with a fitness regime when I arrive home. I shall resist vigorously. Lulu will be my stand-in. She is 0.2 lb overweight and needs some yoga / pilates etc. When I reach civilisation I shall also catch up on blog reading, assuming of course that HK is still connected.