Most of Cambodia is flat as a pancake but there are a few areas with some different topography. This morning, coming back from Kep Province in the south, we went through an area with a few of these little hills (we would call them “knobs” in Kentucky). We passed through them for a space of five or ten miles and then all was flat again. They may be part of a small range of “mountains” near the southern coast on the Gulf of Thailand. The hills there are small in extent and also in height. The highest peak in Cambodia is about 3,000 feet.