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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
On my arrival in Phnom Penh I was met by the driver from the hotel. As we left the airport my senses were bombarded by the experience that is South-East Asian traffic and driving. As we approach the first major intersection the lights turn to red, but it's only light red as the three or four cars and ten scooters don't even brake, seamlessly …
... in the petrol, a common
nuisance in Cambodia and no big deal to get fixed. She called
constantly all morning and I had to duck out to call her back. I
phoned Saiem to see where she was. She was going out with a friend
but I caught her still at home. She moaned about it but agreed to
bring the spare bike over so we could lend something to our customer
while we had it repaired.
As luck would have it she
arrived just around the time I was getting out of ...
... similarly bought a bike from me and the money was dripping in very
slowly. I hadn't seen the bike for some time and was fairly sure
she'd sold it and pocketed the cash. I couldn't care less so long as
the balance was paid. If she had sold it then she'd done so without
the registration card which was technically illegal and hugely
devalued the bike so she would have earned less than a few hundred
We divided up the cash and
... teacher from another school told
me how bad his was and how the teachers had all got up and left after
they wanted a 4 page lesson-plan per lesson. We swapped stories about
The food at Longlin was
getting a little hit and miss so we had a few beers and went looking
for something else.
We took a walk with the
dogs down Street 172 looking for some decent food. Chat'n'chew was
our first choice but it was everyone else's too and was ...
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