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... into the South China Sea. But when the monsoon winds and rains begin down in Vietnam, usually in May, the winds and the sudden enormous amount of water cause the river to begin flowing south to north. When that happens, the river becomes this muddy brown due to all the silt from the Mekong Delta being pushed upriver. The river now is decidedly brown and the water is flowing north. When I got to Gloria Jean's, I ordered my usual iced latte, skim milk, ...
... Penh city, Cambodia after 1pm and were greeted by our guide who we asked to take us for lunch to a nearby restaurant. We got the chance to sample our first Cambodian food...a little different to Vietnamese...more curry than noodles, etc..perfect for our palette and a refreshing change from the last two weeks in Vietnam! The next part of our itinerary today involved flying to Siem Reab in Cambodia in preparation to visit the famous Angkor Wat temple tomorrow. However ...
... baggage. He wasn't a fool and knew it was a
silly thing to do but it was an itch he had to scratch. I hung on as
long as I could and eventually had about an hour to spend chatting
with him before I had to leave for the ride into town to meet my
I made it with barely
enough time for a shower before she arrived.
We went out for a bite to
eat, we chatted and caught up with the things we'd missed in the
months we'd been apart. I ...
... the way to 51 and
then picking up noodles from the calmette cafe, she just got some
similar things locally.
The difference was chalk
and cheese. It was like a child's drawing of the Mona Lisa, the sauce
was sloppy, the noddles not properly cooked or fried, the vegetables
all out of balance and tasting rough. She took pause herself and
commented that it wasn't quite like 51.
Like so many things in
Cambodia, it was just enough to get by and nothing more.