There were no big firework displays, but people enjoyed to ignite long handled, hand-held sticks which shoot out nice fireworks for about 2-3 minutes each. They were very popular. Numerous food stalls sold everything from fried grasshoppers, grilled snakes to freshly made popcorn; The atmosphere was one typical at county fairs, with small merry-go-rounds and other low-key amusements. It was nice.
After a few relaxing days with food from the superb local restaurant 'KIMLY' (Crab, crab, and more crab! http://www.kep-cambodia.com/mainpages/PlacesinKep/kimly-restaurant.html) I am heading out of this pleasant, quiet little sea side town, going West, eventually ending at the Thai-Cambodian border.
|Old, Japan-made 125cc HONDA, used as tuk-tuk , rare.|
|Le, the nice waitress of the bungalow resort sees me off.|