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... being transplanted. Next time we’ll have to come back in November to see the harvest! Third was a limestone hill, full of caves. The main cave here, up 283 steps, has an old Hindu shrine dating to pre-Angkorian times, and lots of interesting rock formations. The most exciting part was getting to descend through a series of steep passageways inside the hill to emerge back at the start. Impromptu caving at its best!
... is the same level of poverty. The villages are often just temporary huts. The farmers working in the farms, now with the monsoons having come in. The markets all lined up again the national highway in the various villages. The industrial complexes, set up by multinationals, few and in middle nowhere. The people were leaving from these in the evening after a long working day, and their modes of transport back to their villages were open back lorries, where they ...
Well the yesterday we left Phnom Penh on yet another bus ride this time to Kampot and the infamous Mad Monkey Hostel. Kampot is a quiet sleepy place and so we ended up spending the rest of the day lounging by the pool.
The next morning we woke up for a tour we had pre booked the day before. This firstly took us to the Bokor national park & mountains. Which was beautiful the views were stunning. We then got to see an old run down casino ...
... hard! The main thing we did during our time here, and the thing that sticks out the most was renting a motorbike and riding around the National Park. The day presented us with some gorgeous weather to make our way up and back down the mountain, riding around the winding roads through the thick trees and amazing views. The road itself was incredible to ride on, it was pretty new so ...
This weekend started on Thursday really with the wonderful news that I got into Birmingham to start work in august !!! This means I get to move in with Owen :D I am so happy :D it also means I potentially am allowed a cat and decorate the spare room with all my pink flowery stuff... :p you can keep the man cave O, I'll allow that. All jokes aside I am so happy that we're moving in together, it makes all the hard work very much worth it :D ...