While I had some sort of peanut butter smoothie granola concoction Deb played it safe with Eggs Benedict.
After spending the last few days in the hotel and a small trip to the hospital it was good to leave my tummy woes behind and get outside again. Taking a tuk-tuk for a 30km ride down to Kep was a great way to see the countryside and visit the seafood markets.
RikiTikiTavi soon became a favourite dinner spot as it was not only perfectly placed on the river to watch magical sunsets.....
....but the food was definitely a cut above the rest while the prices remained more than reasonable.
On our last night we tried Ateliers, another upmarket well positioned restaurant. And while the steak and prawn dishes we ordered held plenty of promise with the presentation and flavour they were let down by the texture of the main ingredients.
While I was sweating out whatever was ailing me Deb was downstairs in the hotel cafe banging away on the computer as normal having a chat with whoever was nearby. So when I came downstairs and found her chatting a way to some guy I was not surprised until when I got it in earshot and Deb asked if I knew this bloke.