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After a relaxing morning wandering the lovely non-touristy town of Kratie, we settled in for an hour long wait for our overdue bus in the local tourist office watching Spiderman on the TV... in Cambodian - which didn't seem to make much difference... and using their cockroach-infested toilet. Eventually, our very full bus finally arrived.
Kennen jullie die mop van 4 Nederlanders die naar de koffie plantage in sinouk gingen? Ze gingen niet. Na een ontbijtje met eitjes in perfect ronde vorm en wat noodle soep zijn we klaar voor vandaag. We laten onze koffers in het hotel achter en trekken er op uit met 4 scooters en en twee rugtassen. Het plan is namelijk om de kleine 'loop' (rondje) …
... the park. After a while the trail opened out to a dirt road and we could hear cowbells, then we came across the disused entrance station to the park. Further on again we reached proper fields, disused huts and cattle, then a guy on a motorbike looking after his herd, who confirmed we were headed the right way. After another hour or so, we reached a proper village, and got quite a few curious looks as we walked through it with our big packs. Finally we emerged at a main road, which we ...
... sat in the aisle. Then, after 40 minutes we stopped at a gas station, and the driver picked up a bunch of plastic chairs. We weren’t impressed.
After 10 hours of sitting on miniature plastic chairs in the aisle, we made it to Phnom Penh, only 5 hours late. Fortunately we made it to our hotel, and enjoyed a very comfortable bed! Enjoy some photos of a few of the temples we visited in Southern Laos!
Denny and ...