Cambodia, Campot on the other side of the bridge or clouds and salt

Cambodia, Campot: on the other side of the bridge or cloud and salt

Wake up, go to the veranda, and here is tax. Fantastic!

Wake up, go to the veranda, and here is tax. Fantastic!

It seems that even a little bit and clouds will cover the city with a cotton blanket.

Another option to local Lok Lak dishes, not for 3 dollars, but a little less than 2))

Here and there in Kampote you can meet the architecture of the colonial era. This house is bangible here since 1956.

Such a sugar cane squeezed juice and sell with ice as a cool drink

Today they took the rental bike, tomorrow we will go to the KEP to the sea and crabs. Today they decided to ride to another bank of the river. By the way, the bike is in a very battered state (there was no other) with the automatic box can be taken for $ 5

It turned out that if you move across the bridge, drive a little straight, and then turn left and proceed to the Red Martian road towards the sea, you can see the famous salt fields. It is in the area of ​​Campot and Kepa that are the only Salt Fields in all Cambodia. Salt mining Case is simple: Sea water is poured through the channels on the plantation, after its evaporation, the salt is settled, which local workers collect with mops and stored in wooden barn

Bathing black oxen))

Cambodia, Campot on the other side of the bridge or clouds and salt

Campotian landscapes are extremely pretty, symmetrical and romantic))

We didn’t get to the sea, we decided to return back until it was dark, for the road left to desire the best, and our semi-term bike was clearly not ready for extreme

SALT LAKE CITY, so to speak))

It seems as if snow fell))

From dawn to sunset people work on salt plantations. By the way, this is one of the most severe and low-paid work.

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