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... joined Dat and other members of our group in lunch at a nearby cafe, with Claire and I sharing a plate of spring rolls and some fried potatoes before embarking on an independent wander around the town. We quickly established that this was very much a frontier town, ill-equipped to support tourism (as this is way off the tourist trail) - Claire couldn't even find a packet of M&M's to buy!!
Our loop completed, we returned to the hotel to get ...
... empty two bottles of cheap red Cambodian 'champagne’ (with Russian writing on the label and the box) followed by some Cambodian XO 'whisky’. The inverted commas indicate the vileness and bogus nature of these concoctions. Thuy is enjoying herself immensely, refilling our tiny glasses, leading the ‘mot, hai, ba, yo!’ chorus. She never drinks alcohol except at special occasions like this.
Fold-away metal tables and red plastic stools for the ...
... Farms. We also saw lots of Brick Foundries, which used the clay from the River to manufacture bricks. We saw lots of fisherman and of their nets that lined the shallows. We went through a narrow channel off the main branch that took us through some more Coconut plantations before we stopped at a Honey Farm. Here we were treated to some honey tea and were given a fruit platter of the local farmed produce – Mango, Pineapple, Papaya and Waterapple (looks like ...
... US withdrawl and the re-unification of Vietnam, the Khmer Rouge started their year zero social re-engineering eperiment.
The Khmer Rouge were ousted by a Vietnamese invasion after 4 years of terror.
There are many Vietnamese in Cambodia, refugees, running businesses and boat people (e.g. on the Tonle Sap lake that we visited.)
One well educated local lad told ...
April 12, Sat: We transferred onto small boats to the evergreen island to visit rattan mat and slipper making factory to see them ...