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... the class had ended we had lunch. For lunch we made our own sandwiches - they were the best sandwiches I had on the trip. Reanna After lunch we continued playing with the skipping ropes with the kids. We then headed to the next lot of classes I was in room 2, Let's Go 2 with Ellen. After I showed my photos around the students and myself both relaxed and it was easy to talk to them. There were ...
... and rice) $7.50
Dinner (chicken samosa and yellow curry) $8.50
Total $54 or £32
Daily budget £28
Amok is a Khmer creamy curry usually made with fish, super tasty, and not too different from a Masuman.
Will was our first travelling friend. We met him, two German Rastas and a Thai prince over our first Bangkok Chang on day one of our Journey. He had left his life in Phnom Penh and his girlfriend there for Koh Phan ...
... was educated was thought to have been working for the CIA and was tortured until they 'admitted' to their crimes. The torturers were mainly children who had been brainwashed into believing what they were doing to their own people was right. 1 in 4 people died out of the entire Cambodian population. We were then driven to the 'Killing Fields' which is one of the largest mass burial sites in ...
... my mom and dad, Art and Beulah, to Phimai, northeast of Bangkok, near Khorat in the province of Isan. The temple Prasat Hin Phimai, located in the center of the town, was one of the major Khmer temples in ancient Thailand, connected with Angkor by an ancient Khmer Highway. Architecturally, the temple is very similar in design to Angkor Wat.
We stayed in a backpacker hostel in Phimai. Art and Beulah were 87 and 84 respectively, and they just loved the experience. For me it was ...
As a result of my recent sickness I haven't read Emma's latest post, which I am unsure was actually published- the wifi has been a bit dodgy- but here's an update:
We were in Kep for a few days- a coastal town that only had like a crab market and dodgy resorts. Ours was pretty dodgy but it was still good.
We caught a bus back from Kep- not a night bus, only three hours, yet Emma managed to be assorted the only uncomfortable ...