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... age (59) and while I was studying for my O levels and listening to protest songs against the Vietnam war in 1969, Sien was conscripted into the army to fight the might of the US of A. He served under Pol Pot - who he says was a nice guy then - but hid in the jungle for 2 years when the Killing Time started. When the madness ended he became a park ranger working with the UN looking for UXOs and finding bodies ...
... then we were on our way clipping 1 carabiner from iron wire to the next while traversing the top of the Rocky Mountain. I would probably say that we could've made the traverse without the need to clip on, but as the old saying goes, "better safe than sorry." We all made it to the "hole" in the mountain that we would each abseil (rope down) safely to the bottom. I'd have to say it was a slightly terrifying experience trusting that the rope would hold my weight when I stepped ...
Having booked bus tickets with a random lady on a stall we weren't sure whether we would actually get a bus from Phnom Penh to Kampot. Thankfully a tuk tuk came to pick us and another couple up to take us to the bus station out of town. Anyone who's experienced a tuk tuk will know they are not meant for 4 people with all their luggage- as you can imagine we were stuffed in quite tight and so when the driver took ...
We arrived in Kampot at about 4pm and got a tuk tuk to take us to our hostel. There isn't really much in the town but it surrounds a river and we were recommended our hostel by Kate's friend as it was right on the river, so close that you could jump in from the bar area! It had a pontoon, rope swings, tubing, and various other water sport activities! We treated ourselves to a penthouse hut which was very roomy but also ...
... the bus to come get us to take us to Kep. Emily had felt sick last night, and still did today so was struggling. We had to get a Tuk Tuk to the bus station, where we pretty much got straight on a bus. The bus journey was short, must of been about forty minutes if that. A massive joy when you spend hours on end on buses travelling round the country. Once we got off, we got a Tuk Tuk to a hostel as Emily was in no way capable walking to try and find a place. ...