Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
Monday morning and finally
back to work. Waking up at a 6am was still a shock to my system and
not a welcome one like an Irish person buying you a drink or
discovering my had dog not eaten half my work from the previous day.
I managed to drag myself
into the shower, I was still feeling rough around the edges but the
cold water washed away some of the worst of it. I had to admit, I was
feeling a bit better, not 100% by a long way but on the right track.
... br> In Siem Reap the town had
been built up for tourists and was quite a nice place to spend the
day. Phnom Penh looked like what it was. Just barely enough to get by
and nothing more. Khmer style.
I met Steve for lunch as
usual. We ate up near the bike shop. They were the one dealer we'd
found that didn't try to overcharge us but their mechanic was a
complete idiot and should have been sacked a long time ago.
Round the corner was a
... forward to seeing. He made Mexican food and
added way too much cheese which is just the right amount of cheese
and the perfect way to make Mexican food, Italian food, Indian food
and food in general. He even tried making sun-dried tomatoes but they
weren't ready in time. We set up the movie projector and ate our
cheesy food, drank some beer and chatted about how ****** off we were
about what had happened at school.
Steve had been working At