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... Austria who we spent lots of time with, two midwives from Amsterdam, four American doctors, a retired surgeon from Germany, a pre-medical student from Germany and a traumatologist from Poland. We made such good friends with them all. I think we all picked up a bit of German considering how much was being spoken!!! We will miss them all so much and have them all on Facebook so we will definitely be in touch :) The whole experience was very hot (which I blame for how slowly my ...
... Rabbit Island. I took a boat there, found a small hut for rent with its own hammock, and just relaxed. It was a wonderful place. Fresh fish for supper, looking at the sunset......
The next day there was a real change of pace, as I headed off to the capital, Phnom Penh - home of the appalling "Killing Fields" but also tremendous forward looking energy and momentum.......and my next blogs pick up those separate, but related ...
... buildings. After spending the day in the scorching heat we cooled off in the pool and caught up on some travel planning and emails. On our second day we hired a tuk tuk to take us around the countryside and have lunch in Kep. Kep is a seaside resort famed for delicious seafood, particularly its abundance of crab! It was founded as a colonial retreat for the French elite in 1908. For more than fifty years the town continued to boom with Cambodian ...
... with destroying the old and historic to replace it with the crass and new.
Sien is a really interesting bloke, who told us masses of stuff we had no idea about. He should write a book.
Our cruise this evening went down river, not as scenic as yesterday towards the hills, but we did see fire flies! Unfair I know, but they looked like LED lights flashing in the trees. Even so, it was ...
... the form of an art shop. Various paintings decorated the walls and they had shirts with designs on them by the local Down syndrome artist chok. I didn't have a choice but to purchase one of chok's shirts when I saw him walking in with a grin from ear to ear. After signing to our deaf waitress in khmer sign language "thank you," we headed back to our room real quick before doing some errands. First on our to do list was to withdraw a little bit extra ...