Michel and I recently returned to our special hideaway near Kampot Cambodia called Ganesha Riverside Eco Resort.
– Michel made a fun project while we lived here called; “What passes by at Ganesha”.
– I have written down a few random thoughts hoping to share what it felt like to be here.
We share both with you in this post:
A day at Ganesha
Before dawn the singer at the mosque weaves his haunting melody into the morning breeze.
As the sun slowly rises the birds sing to us in our bed and the leaves of the mangrove rustle all around us in the wind.
I wake with a smile and sit on our platform overlooking the river.
I watch the quiet little fish pass below my feet and I bask in their tranquility.
Our little river is alive and seems to breath each day as the tides go in and out, in and out.
Our day begins in the main house with a Bonjour to Stephanie and a strong cup of coffee; the perfect morning combination.
Burt joins us after he finishes his morning swim, his tongue hangs out a little bit and he has a big smile on his face. He looks like he is considering whether or not we need to cool off too. Perhaps he should provide a wet doggy shake?
If we need anything Stephanie’s smile provides it all; we can feel her inner strength and yet she is so gentle and warm.
It is April now and the days are hot but they pass quickly as we entertain ourselves or just pass the time in mindless relaxation.
Slowly the sun sets and the voice of the singer at the mosque is washing any cares away.
We sit by the river and watch fireflies dance like fairies through the mangrove.
We have secretly been waiting all day for another treat from Sam Nang.
The biggest question of the day…..what will he prepare for dinner?
We go to the main house to see our friends again.
Ariane entertains us with her graceful dance as she works behind the bar.
Emmanuel enters and we feel his energy fill the space.
He stimulates our mood with his music and his irresistible laugh.
We spend another perfect evening eating good food and laughing with our friends.
Too full and happy we wander back to our little round Yurt.
Once again by the river, the sky is like black velvet covered with lights. We try to count the stars but there are too many.
As we lie in bed the Gecko calls his name Geah……Koh…..Geah……Koh
The chorus of crickets answer softly in a rolling wave of sound.
The sounds of Ganesha are slowly singing us to sleep.
Merci Ganesha pour nous laisser un agréable souvenirs. Nous allons cherir et revenir quand nous pouvons.
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