Cassia Cottage - The Spice House
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... about 8 hours seeing most of the key sights. The drivers use similar driving styles to other Vietnamese cities here - fluid and adaptive - like the river, almost Zenlike. They also drive exceedingly slowly - 60km on the open highway (which is a very nice road BTW). Stopped another temple and walked around on our own. Apparently a very active temple as we we walking right through the monks' bedrooms! We've seen enough temples for a goo while I ...
... Aussies we had made friends with then went to bed, we were awoken at 04.00 as we were arriving in Hanoi. As we rolled into Hanoi the place was alive with the night markets and people loading as much as they could on the back of bikes for the day's trading. We stood around for an hour before we were met by our transport as we had expected to arrive at 05.30, people kept pointing at ...
It is hot in Kampot, well in Cambodia in general! As my bites were still irritating, we decided to potter around the town instead of doing a tour to the mountain. We have developed a new system of walk abit and then stop for a refreshing beverage and then walk again. As we were walking along the river, we kept seeing signs for Sunday roast. We had no idea it was Sunday, but the idea of a roast did sound scrumptious to us, but we decided to wait ...
... Little did we know though, that during the crossing of the water back to the mainland that we were going to encounter some rough waters as well. We arrived back on land completely soaked but in one piece. At the dock we ran into the owner of Captain chims (the restaurant in Kampot we had eaten at) and asked him if he was going back to Kampot. He said yes and offered us a ride. Can't say no to a free ride so we jumped in the back of his truck and were on our way. Once back in Kampot ...