Stung Sangka Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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Rith caught a lift to SR in the car that I was taking back to BB.
We chatted like old friends over a coffee about PTD and the plans for 2015.
Was so excited to hear that the CELN (Community Education Learning Nutrition – I think! Too many acronyms!) Program that Joh is funding is having a profound effect. One little girl …
... centre from there, alls good. We then started to go away from the bright lights and down to little narrow streets. There were no white faces, no tuk tuks and no English signs. I started to fret. Big time. It was now 7.30pm and I was getting very twitchy. Very twitchy. Luke was being calm and no worries. I was close to screaming. We then stopped for a toilet stop at about 7.35pm. Luke kicked off, and the other tourists on the bus started to take notice of the fact we had a flight ...
... I make even more of a point not to accept plastic bags when we do any shopping. We also try to boil water for clean our teeth so we have to use less bottled water. Mark's stomach is so delicate that it doesn't cope with drinking boiled water, and sometimes the taste of the water even after being boiled for a couple of minutes is too bad to drink. It'll be nice to be able to drink water from the tap again when we get home. Anyway, I'm ...
... our agreed pick up time) we were still waiting - where the heck was this guy? The reception staff gave him a quick bell, and he explained he had had a fare to the bus station outside of town and would be there shortly. A few minutes later he had turned up and sure enough, we were on our way.
The bamboo railway of Battambang is really all that remains of the country's railway system prior to the Khmer Rouge, with almost every other train line having been abandoned and reclaimed ...
... views and amazing steps like i was sweating ! Then we saw some of the bat caves that were incredible ! You could hear the bats like they were beside your ears ! Then we took a one hour tuk tuk drive to the big pagodas and the killing caves . Which were both depressing and beautiful ( by depressing i mean killing caves during the Khmer Rouge ) and the pagodas were beautiful then we watched bats fly out of ...