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... complain and were happy to be paying such a cheap price!!! We unpacked and headed out to explore the streets we got some food although I didn't as I wasn't hungry and had another look round it was a busy place and so strange from the islands and coast that we were so used to. There was mothers with babies on the street begging us for food, tons of massage parlours, a night market and a beer street. everything seemed so cheap aswell so financially after thailand ...
... given in Cambodian riel and Thai baht are also accepted! It's been a complicated evening! We picked up some malaria tablets as nowhere in Bangkok was open and withdrew some USD; we should hopefully be ok as Siem Reap isn't a high risk malaria area as it's urban. Katherine also tried to get more mosquito spray but they say deet is dangerous so the strongest we could get was 30% which we settled for. This is funny though as shes been using 50% from UK ...
... hands included when I lean on a rock for balance). Getting the clothes back on I will deal with later! I was only halfheartedly prepared for this but I am decent enough and no one laughs so I guess I'm ok.
Some of the gang are already in the waterfall and even being the water wimp I am I can't wait to join them. It's cold (Hansein's teeth are chattering) and the moss on the rocks makes it slippery so easier to walk on your bottom! But it's divine. We ...
... as there was so much to see. Two days of which we spent with Mark and Marion and our personal tuk tuk driver. The Angkor temples cover a huge area which can only be described as a mass playground of incredible temples made from huge stones waiting to be explored and some climbed on. We sorted out our tickets and headed straight into the biggest complex known as Angkor Thom. As we made our way towards the gate we passed Angkor Wat on route with a quick drive by ...
... wife, who worked as a cook (a job she still holds). In 2009 he bought his own motorcyle ($1200), and in 2010, a tuk-tuk wagon ($600). Both were obtained second-hand; new ones would cost about twice that much. He bought these using a loan from the bank, which he obtained using land inherited from his parents as collateral. The pride in his eyes was obvious as he informed us that in five months, he'll have paid off his debt.
His sights are already set on a new ...
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