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Let me just explain for the benefit of Sally B, we do have money to last us to come home, we are able to feed ourselves and see some sights and sleep in a bed (that we share and may be small) so please don't worry, Jos loves an over exaggeration!
We arrived in this lovely country (by bus of course) for the first time …
Day 193 I have heard that India is the country where your senses are continually assaulted. But I think this must be true of most of Southeast Asia, if only to a lesser degree. Here in Phnom Penh there is the constant noise of the moto drivers and tuktuk drivers and automobile drivers and their horns. There is always something being cooked outdoors, so you have the smells of BBQ and fried noodles ...
... English was amazing for kids of 6-14. The next day we went to the Killing Field at Choeung Ek. We met a couple of guys in our hostel and shared a tuk tuk to save some cash. After an interesting ride through the outskirts of PP and an odd shortcut over a dirt track we arrived. It's very hard to put into words how effecting the two hour visit is. You each have your own (very good) audio guide so are able to walk around at your own pace. Not actually going to go into too ...
... wouldn't happen in the west!
Once I got back I had a
missed call registered on my phone. I sent Saiem opposite for some
phone credit to call it back but once checked against previous calls,
it was the kids from my old school again. I had hoped it was a school
contacting me for an interview but that was unlikely after only 6 Cvs
dropped off over several hours.
Within 5 minutes, my phone
rung once more. This time it was a school calling for an ...
... Picked up Monday''. So upside should (fingers crossed) get 2 months, downside spent ages in Phnom Penh organizing extra evidence and stuff and is worthless as could of got 2 months if just gave them itinerary, flights and hotel bookings. Never mind, we're just pleased they are finally in! We rushed back to the hostel because need to check out and change rooms. Alex still not well so chilled most of the day....going slightly stir-crazy!
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TravelPod Member Reviews11 Happy Backpackers Phnom Penh
There is nothing bad to say about this place-amazing rooms, bar, staff, place, location!
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