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... safe.). We hired one for three dollars and made our way to the Lovely Jubbly, a manor converted hostel with an outdoor pool and helpful staff.
After settling in, and dropping our bags off, we take a night stroll to the heart of Phnom Phem and have a traditional Cambodian meal. The night life ended on a quaint note, with not many bars and not much night life outside a street of western restaurants.
The day after, ...
... would not be in the office until 8am GMT, which sort of sucks for a company specialising in travellers cards. So, with only $15 on us, we had to rethink our plans for the day. Becky suggested a day by the pool, but I got the impression that neither of us had been particularly impressed by the pool. So I thought perhaps we should simply swap our days around. When we return to Phnom Penh next week we had decided we would go to the Central Market and the ...
... with water and indeed supports the structure of the temples. Once inside the walls it became crowded and when we saw the queue to climb right to the top of the temple we decided to skip that and concentrate on the lower levels. With frequent stops in the shade we explored the many courtyards and cloistered corridors, admiring the carved scenes of battles decorating lots of the walls.
The next temple on our tour was Ta Prohm. It’s popularity shot up after ...