Photo Gallery: Cambodia Water Festival 2013 Pt 4

While it’s small and the paths are fairly straight and smooth, the Kep National Park offers a quiet and serene backdrop to the quiet and serene life going on within the town. Hiking around its plethora of trails and seeking out views and little landmarks was an adventure and a welcome getaway to the hustle and bustle of, well, life. Let’s first take a look at an extremely long worm, and go from there.

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A true “water tower.”

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A strange grave:

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The “Little Buddha.”

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The longest and biggest millipede I’ve ever seen:

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Sunset Rock:

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Here are some wallpaper shots.

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And the nunnery:

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