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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh is lovely first thing in the morning, or any time there's a breeze. Sadly as soon as it stops it is stiflingly hot even for an Aussie. I made good use of my fan today as the weather report says it was 38 but 40 with humidity. First stop on our all day bus tour was the royal palace and silver pagoda. Very beautiful with amazing …
Last day spent in recovery. This time we actually decided to make some effort to be productive. Not, you know, a lot of effort. But we had to buy our bus tickets to Kratie so I reluctantly put clothes on.
After breakfast we dodged a constant barrage of tuk-tuk offers all the way to the bus station and got tickets …
We did nooothing. Sat around in our underwear after dropping all our clean clothes of at a nearby guest-house (hotel is too expensive). We got frustrated by our electronic equipment as it's all beginning to fail. Batteries aren't charging. Laptop is randomly turning off. Poor power supplies and shonky power outlets are …
So Lemmy's Guest-house was pretty good. But a rotund Scandinavian man wandered outside around in his underwear from time to time. This alone made as glad to leave. His belly mound, carpeted in grey, drooped over his bulging budgie smugglers. And he just ambled about outside his room. Weird.
Also the dead and dried …
... If you cut them loose, even
if it's their fault, you're sending them right back to abject poverty
and a hopeless existence.
Lunchtime came and I was
feeling weak, like my muscles were full of lead and they just weren't
interested in playing along. My head was spinning and it was a lot
like being drunk only without the introspective self-loathing and the
money missing from your pocket. Saiem offered to make lunch which was
always going to be better than going ...