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... what they thought was going on, to actually what was going on. We headed back to the tuk tuk and back into Phnom Penh for a late lunch. We both needed a beer and to just compose our thoughts and feelings about what we had just seen and heard. After a heavy day we had a relaxed afternoon wandering around the rest of the city. We had a wander over to the palace and a temple to look at. All very impressive. And then back to the hostel for an early night as we had the bus pick up at ...
Unfortunately because of our unplanned journey home, something's were going to have to be missed out from our original plan. Cambodia was one of those places. We had planned to spend a few weeks here, visiting Phnom Penn, Siem Reap and also have some down time on the beaches around Sihanoukville. But now, we'd have only 5 days to spare. Which we were going to split between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.
First up was Siem Reap which is famous for being the City of Temples, as near ...
... the currency, the US Dollar rules in Cambodia (despite them having their own official currency), we explored the city for a few days, visiting the National Museum, Grand Palace (very similar but not as visually impressive as Bangkok's Palace) and several riverside cafes. Again we had heard mixed (mostly negative) reviews about Cambodian food but found the first two dishes we tried, Fish Amok and Beef Lok Lak, delicious.