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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... getting better. In the evening we ate at a nearby Korean restaurant. Within minutes of sitting down, the table was full of many, many different dishes. Mealtimes generally here are not laboured, relaxed affaires, but by any standard this was super quick. In fact we took our time, compared to some of the other diners. A group of frenetic Koreans arrived after us, ate, drank beer, toasted each other and left, while we were still finishing our ...
... as we had done nothing much other than go from hotel to bus to hotel today, we thought we should walk out for dinner. You may not be surprised to hear that Ben was offered marajuana by a fellow sat on his bike at the roadside. When Ben turned down the offer, he hurriedly leaned forward and said in a half whisper, "cocaine?" We wonder what he'll be offered next time. Dinner was fantastic and we're looking forward to seeing some of the cultural heritage of which Cambodia is so proud ...
... and they were playing some Thai movie on a big screen at the front of the bus. It was a two story bus, not the way that the Vietnamese overnight buses have two lofts, but an actual double decker bus with stairs to the top floor. I was on the top next to a window. I think I should have picked one of the front seats though - it looked like they had a little more choice of legroom.
The tv finally turned off around 10:30 pm and ...
... We started off through some back streets in Siem Reap and headed off onto some dirt tracks going faster and faster. Thankfully it was Dani, Scott and myself leading the group and we were all up for giving it some beans as we were going round corners, all of us kicked out the back end and sliding around. We blasted it across fields with slick layers of mud and through massive puddles of water we bounced down Cambodian back streets and ...
... what was happening since I was now through the door that led down the stairs, so I stood outside the door. Thankfully no one harassed me to move on for the 20 or so minutes that I anxiously waited on the other side of the door. Finally, I got a glimpse of Randy back in line to exit the country and soon he was through. It turns out all he needed to do was fill out a new departure card and that he didn’t need to get it stamped, but no one would explain that to him.