Around the temples of Angkor
How villagers move their houses on Tonle Sap Lake
Whilst looking for plants we got plenty of opportunities to explore the countryside.
The irrigation canals bring water to the rice paddy fields and are controlled by a series of sluice gates.
A farmer driving along the long straight dusty red earth roads that lead to Tonle Sap Lake.
Local specialties were laid on by the hotel in honour of my previous bug eating experience!
Various crickets, beetles and bugs beautifully displayed as the appetizer in May 2013.
In the center are two giant water beetles apparently locking in mortal combat - till Steve ate one of them. The one nearest if you must know.
Whilst looking for trees we found a Khmer TV cookery show being filmed and insects were on the menu.
Eating larvae, beetles, and crickets. Yum!
Steve on the Khmer TV3 cooking show eating insects for a few minutes.
Simone Lugeon, the resort owner crossing a bridge over a local canal.
The blessing ceremony during construction of the resort.