After four stops along the Cambodian coast — Koh Kong, Sihanoukville, Kampot, and Kep — we spent two days in Phnom Penh again to do errands. Then we stopped overnight in Kampong Cham on our way to the remotest parts of Cambodia in the northeast.
This morning we will trek to Koh Trong, an island in the Mekong river near the small city of Kratie. This will probably be the most remote place we’ve been since Mongolia almost six months ago. And you know what that means — no Internet for a couple days 🙁
So we’ll fill you in on the northeast after we come back to modernity in a few days. Until then, I’ll leave you with this nice shot of the sunset over the Gulf of Thailand from Kep.