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It has been a fun few days in PP. Very interesting to say the very least. I feel like we almost had two totally different and distinct visit in our short time. When we first checked into our hotel and I use that term hotel lightly, it was in a great location. It was on the Riverwalk about a block away from the Royal Palace and the famous FCC, the Foreign Correspondence Club, where much of the foreign press held up during the Khmer Rouge turmoil of the seventies. We ...
... of anything to do with on-board internet). It wasn't long before we arrived at the Cambodian border, and one of our escorts from the bus had collected our passports. Once at the Vietnamese Exit control, we were ejected from the bus and left to our own devices. And by that, I mean we had no bloody clue what we were meant to do. We wandered into a door labelled exit, obviously, and we were faced with a rather large number of people just standing around who also did not appear ...
... I should file a police report with the closest police station there. I found a motorcycle taxi willing to take me and we left. We stopped to ask directions near the temple, and ten minutes later we were still driving through crowded streets. I began to get frustrated. I feared he would take me to the wrong place. Surely a police station was closer?? At one point I told him to pull over- we spoke with some other Tuk Tuk drivers in an effort for me to convey the situation to them ...
... Phnom Penh. We Later find out that there is 5!
On our return to the hotel we got ready for a night out with Amber and Tara. We first went to Blue Dawg then onto Duplex. We met some of their housemates who were pretty cool (Raphael from Mexico, Michael from North Wales and Jessie from South Africa). We also met some of the locals who they had met on nights out prior to meeting us, there was a chinese guy who was ...
Day 14 Mekong Cruise D3 Mon. 24/11/14.
Another early morning rise to view the river traffic and passing riverside scenery.
Eventually we dock on the river bank so the adventurous passengers can take a bus ride to visit another temple. I decline because on my itinerary I was promises a temple on a hill that required climbing 291 steps. So for me no steps no visit!!!.
After another excellent breakfast we ...