Losing Paradise

I have travelled to the coast of Cambodia in Sihanoukville province for a short Easter break and have come face to face with the very ugly side of development which is taking place in this region. Sihanoukville and the coast running down to Kampot and Kep are tourist magnets because of the pine-fringed, silver strands – the warm, turquoise waters of the Gulf of Thailand offer wonderful snorkelling and fishing over stunning coral reefs. There are 155 species of bird listed for Ream National Park. It is paradise for anyone with an interest in nature. Continue reading “Losing Paradise”