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... bushes and slithered across the dirt road infront of us and I gasped and covered my face. The little 'worm' earlier was my first wild snake I'd seen but this one... Having just been in the forest I couldn't believe it was right there! Even the taxi man gasped so that confirmed how big it was!!!!! It was genuinely the width of the car, completely black and upright at the front like a cobra! YUCK!! With it being mid 30s we couldn't wait to get in ...
... moving onto Siem Reap from here.
We booked our trip with Giant Ibis which would take us back to Phnom Phen and then up to Siem Reap.
A long day on the bus but at least it will be safer.
We spent our last night in Kampot and up early the next day for breakfast before catching the bus. We said our farewells to Alex and Family and boarded the bus which turned up sharp and headed to Siem Reap.
More about the journey in the next ...
... eager to touch down.
Today I've just sat by the beach, had a ham and cheese omelette for lunch, rode around a little on the bike and well not much else, had pasta for dinner lol... Truth is there isn't much to do here, well that's not entirely true, you can jet ski or take a trip out to Rabbit Island, but generally its a ghost town, in a pleasant way. It's quite a remote province, only 4000 people according to a very friendly man who sold me coke, ...
... when I tell her I want to lose weight. Our driver was waiting outside the airport to take us to paradise, so we eagerly hopped in the van to see what our hard earned cash was buying us.
Everything from the leafy front entrance to the manicured lawns in the back were beautifully done, and there was the friendly and attentive service from the staff to match. Although we shouldn't give a rats ****, I must admit we didn't look ...
... a stop at Bamboo Prison for a look around,as it is free to go wonder through on an unguided tour of the old hell hole,once again,always surprising the ways man kind can think of to torture each other,really brutal,but a must see. Our bike ride home is tense,thanks to me,but we make it,and I promise not to get back on the bike with Leon for the rest of the trip,it's too ******* both of us,but I am glad I got to see Bia Sao today!so it was worth it?When we get back,we get an e ...