At the end of last year I spent a very fancy weekend at the Four Rivers Floating Lodge in Koh Kong. Very luxurious!
The Lodge can only be accessed by boat similar to these. We were picked up by the Lodge.
I’m happy and relaxed already.
There’s always one.
There are 12 large and luxurious tents, complete with double bed, couches and arm chairs, a very nice bathroom with plenty of hot water, and a small balcony from which you can dive into the river for a swim.
I was too busy swimming and reading to take any photos once we arrived. Sorry.
I just discovered some Myanmar photos on a camera I’d forgotten I’d taken with me. These are from the town of Nyaungshwe at Lake Inle.
Because everything looks awesome in black and white.
Our humble tree. Merry Christmas!
I just spent a very relaxing and, yes, lazy week at Lazy Beach. The beach is on an island two hours from Sihanoukville by boat. There are 13 bungalows and a large bar filled with rattan armchairs and tables that serves delicious food and makes a great gin & tonic. The sea was the perfect temperature, although the sea lice were mean. At night you can swim amongst the phophoresence, which is a little like swimming with fireflies. In fact, the only bad thing about Lazy Beach that I could identify, is that you have to go through seedy Sihanoukville to get there.
I took this photo from a restaurant in Pakbeng, Laos, and I love it very much. The red hue is from a candle in a red jar that was on the table next to me.
I saw this on the side of the road during a bicycle tour of Battambang. I have no idea what it is or why it’s there. Is it a jazz band?