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- Swimming pool
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... the government would rather people didn't hear about. I soon found myself in a deep conversation with her about the historic turmoil of Cambodia and how many of those issues (see: corporate and political corruption) were still prominent in the country today. For example, did you know that out of the many thousands of tonnes of rice that Cambodia grows every year only around a third of it is consumed by Cambodia, with the other two thirds being sold to neighbouring Vietnam by ...
... the white, black and red corn, followed by hiccups. Keen to shake off my fear of flying, I heard of Gayle (US) and her super special backpackers $10 dollar a session rate, I thought I'd give it a cynical whirl. She'd helped Becky with some decisions and I arrived on Wednesday morning in another deluge. Less a Lector leather wingback and more a student digs I lay on the newly made bed and relaxed. I'd describe the session as positive reinforcement, reinforced ...
... shared with just three others and our two seats each had us unusually comfortable. It is two hours to the Cambodian border at Savet. A months visa on arrival is $20, you can also print an eVisa for this crossing, and for most of the airports. Not many of the other land borders have the option and we couldn't confirm which one our bus would be using so opted for a visa at the desk, and for someone else to do it. Our driver offers his friendly services for $5 which includes the ...
... efforts were fruitless so we settled for ice cream. We then joined forces with the Israeli girl from Siem Reap and braved the monsoon to continue our trek around the town. The sights included a prison, a pond, a river and a roundabout with a fruit statue. As the sun set, we made our way back to the magic sponge for fear of missing Monday night madness. And madness it was. I had a meal and with it I claimed my free water (because I don't ...
... opportunity to shoot a machine gun mounted on a jeep. The 5 bullets went by really fast but it was cool to try. After the tunnel tour we grabbed lunch before heading to the war history museum. We order this beef hot pot thing. The servers brought out a mountain of leafy vegetables, a plate of beef, sprouts, cucumbers, carrots, sauces, rice paper wraps and a boiling pot of broth. Corey and I had no idea what we were suppose to do and the servers spoke no english. Our server picked up ...