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Since I had thirty-six hours in planes and airports, I thought I would do one last entry to capture our final six days of birding. Our first day after the Nat Geo tour, we finally did Temples and Birding in the same day. Happily since we are now in the transition from wet to dry season, we did not have to contend with Leeches, the other namesake of this blog. At Kbal Spean we took ...
... one big family. I will miss the ride home where countless children run out to high five you as you ride by. I will miss the other volunteers who in one short week have become friends to shop with, eat with, drink with or just chat with. I will just miss New Hope Cambodia, until the next time....
I am so proud of Laura Murphy who has so eagerly embraced our adventure, to see her today lugging bags ...
... of the actual date I booked. My plans had already changed because of the blunder that was my first day trying to get to the temples and I had wanted to spend two days there from the beginning... And had I not made this mistake I could have anyway! Oh well. By the time I got to the airport to check in and find out I was a day early, I got back to the hostel and rebooked my bed and it was already nearly noon. At that point I found one of my new friends and we ...
... garbled, but I understood that I was meant to
sign in and that there were certain rules at the guesthouse: The restaurant
attached to the guesthouse is open only at certain times and the black gate
closes at night. After the gate, the restaurant is the first thing you walk
through. The restaurant area is filled with tables and low sitting chairs. At
the back of the space in front of the first building is the reception desk.
This is where they log check-ins ...
... was nice enough to let me borrow! The wedding was about half an hour or so away from Upaya, and was in a much bigger venue than the last wedding we had been to. Sophea met us at the end of the driveway, and was wearing this beautiful red dress. Her daughter was in a matching outfit and it was probably one of the cutest things I've seen in my life! After meeting the wedding party, and getting the customary gift from the bride, we got seated at our table where we ...