Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Sihanoukville, Cambodia (October 13-16, 2008)

Situated on Cambodia's southern coast, Sihanoukville is a popular beachside resort for tourists and Cambodians alike. Most people come to relax on the beach with a book or a cocktail, but there are plenty of activities to keep restless visitors busy: diving, snorkeling, fishing, cycling, trekking and even taking traditional Khmer cooking classes. Slightly further afield, Ream National Park boasts acres of mangrove swamps and deserted beaches, as well as dolphins, monkeys and other local wildlife.
Visitors enjoy the warm water and late afternoon sun at Sihanoukville's Serendipity Beach
A girl sells lobsters at Serendipity Beach; women and children stroll the sand selling fresh fruit, seafood and drinks to visitors
A lone sand beetle scurries for shelter
Lounge chairs and colorful umbrellas on Serendipity Beach
A boy prepares his boat for a day on the water

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