Today we were driven by the wonderful driver Sony up Bokor Mountain to see what we could see. And what do you think we saw? …Read More
Month: November 2017
Last Day in Kampot or Misty Mountain Magic
Tuk-Tuk to Kep or My Bum is Numb
Before our great tuk-tuk trip I walked with Sally across the old bridge to the local Wat on Fish Island. Quite a large compound with …Read More
Last Day of the Festival and What a Day it Was!!
Lots of activity today as the Festival wound up. First session for me was an open forum led by Margaret Bywaters, an Australian librarian who …Read More
Early Morning Fish Market
Got up at 6:00am this morning to walk down to the fish market, which was not far along the river from where we are staying. …Read More
So This Is What We Are Here For
Today was the day! Sally and I did our workshops, held upstairs in the studio at KAMA. Didn’t have a huge turn up. In fact …Read More
Exploring Kampot and Loving It
Kampot is a beautiful riverside town with a great laid back feel about it. It also feels very safe and friendly. The river is the …Read More
Good Morning Kampot!
So after an amazing Literary Lunch at Chinese House with Jung Cheng and Madeleine Thien, which consisted of quail and duck salad, seared quail breast, …Read More
Kampot Readers and Writers Festival Opening Night or What a Blast at Chinese House!
Went to the glorious Chinese House on the riverfront last night for the opening of the KRWF and what a night it was. Julien Poulsen …Read More
Balloons, Books and Buddha!
A picture tells a thousand words:
Phnom Penh Day 1
Arrived in Phnom Penh last night after two very smooth flights aboard Singapore Airline from Adelaide. Booked into the RS11 Guesthouse, and then Sally and …Read More