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... river. And the rainy season was supposed to have started 2 months ago! Much as we don’t enjoy rain while we’re trying to sightsee, it is definitely needed here. Unfortunately for the farmers, this day was once again hot and dry. There wasn’t much to see and do in downtown Battambang, but visiting Street 1.5 and Street 2.5 was worth it. We didn’t find the right spot, but somewhere nearby there’s got to be ...
... decided to go to the yoga class in the hostel. I went down to get a beer at the bar, and soon was joined by Hillary. It was an interesting conversation, and we were soon joined by Megan. I found that they had gone to college together to study art history (that explains the interest in the temples). They had worked in San Francisco and stayed together. Now, both were planning to go back to school. Hillary was going to medical school, and Megan to business school. By ...
... got $4 back before leaving whilst I was up! On the way back we visited a waterfall, but there wasn't much to see as it was all overflowing and we couldn't get to the viewpoint. We arrived back to the hostel at 2:30pm and left for Phnom Penh. This was another good 3 hours before we arrived. We went for dinner as we had an hour and a half. I hadn't checked the time and whilst we were eating, Brenna realised she had read the time wrong and our bus was leaving in 10 minutes. ...
... joking, he wasn't. The next 10 minutes proceeded to be some of the terrifying in my life. It was pitch black and we had to climb through this ridiculous cave at one point we had to jump down a 6 foot drop. There was a lot of screaming. After that ordeal we went to a pepper farm, where lots of pepper was growing and a pepper gift shop just selling pepper. Next we went to Kep which is a small sea side ...
... times we were nearly thrown out the sides. Note to self: tuk tuks are not suitable for off-roading!
When we arrived, a local boy with really good English acted as tour guide and walked us up the mountain and into the cave. Inside was the ...