Stung Sangka Hotel
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The weather continues to ignore my preference for no temperatures above 25C!! Hovering about 35 which is well outside my comfort zone but I'm the stupid idiot who booked the holiday for pretty much the hottest time of year!!! And those annoying biting insects continue to find my blood irresistible. Maybe I should remember to put the Deet stuff on, …
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 …
... 7 kilometres back. Very uncommon. We also visited a fishermen'village and a traditional khmer house. It was already very hot and I came back to the hotel. We continued our visits at 3 pm: visit of a crocodile farm, visit of a rice noodle factory. I then refused to go and see bats, not that I am afraid of them but I saw no interest in that visit. And then we went to see a KILLING FIELD, where the Khmers Rouges killed and abandonned the corps. A surprise was waiting for ...
... of floating villages. The journey got more intetesting and the scenery more gorgeous as we made our way up river. For about 2 hours whilst heading up river we kept coming across floating villages. These were much nicer to look at compared to the villages on the lake. lt was fascinating to watch locals go about there lives on the river. They really are like small towns complete with shops, bars, restaurants, ...
... to a stop and then we get off. We later discover that the trains going in our direction have to 'give way' to oncoming trains. The drivers lift our platform off the axles and put it to one side, then take the axles of the track so that the other train can get on it's way. We stop again a short while later, this time for longer as several trains are coming the other way. We stand beside the track waiting, cows being herded alongside the tracks, some children ...