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... god knows how many now. We followed the trail of bats for a while which looked surreal and headed back to our hotel. We went for dinner at the same place as the night before as we hadn't eaten all day and knew it was good! Annoyingly somehow my pizza wasn't written down when we ordered so I had to wait about a other 45 minutes to eat whilst I watched Lauren eat hers! Where we hadn't done any sight seeing in days and fit all of that in one, we absolutely crashed once we got ...
... through to arrivals where 'Mr Panith' our driver, stood waiting for us with a sign saying Charlotte Homa. We walked to our tuk tuk and were driven 20 minutes to our hostel (We had previously booked this).
We were absolutely speechless when we arrived. We were greeted by 4 friendly Cambodians and shown straight through to the bar/restaurant where we had a welcome drink and snacks waiting for us :) upon seeing our room we realised that although it was sold as a ...
... city, however the fee to make the 45 minute trip to the site by tuk-tuk was too much for just two travelers to cover.
The Cambodian Landmine Museum was established in 1997 by ex-child soldier Aki Ra. After years of fighting he returned to the villages in which he planted thousands of mines and began removing them, by hand, and defusing them with homemade tools. The objectives of the museum are to:
- share Aki Ra’s story
- tell the world about the ...
... best meal I have had on our entire trip, controversial I know seeing as I have gone on about my love for Pad Thai but these thing happen. For starters we shared prawn tempura which was light and crispy and for mains I had chicken red curry and Peta had beef (Australian beef none the less) yellow noodles and for desert we shared a mango liqueur crepe with ice cream. That's how much I loved it as I've gone to the effort to say what each course was and where in ...