Knai Bang Chatt
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... our room to watch the sunset and discovered that the Swedish chef, Evelina was visiting us tomorrow. Then it was back up town to the original restaurant we planned to go to. Another great meal, Jackie had a plate of BBQ'd prawns whilst I had beef noodles. After a rum & coke on the veranda, it was bed. Another quiet day in paradise! Song of the Day - Singin' In Vietnam Talkin' Blues by Johnny ...
... When we walked into the district where our hotel was, we noticed a bus terminal. We could have stayed on the bus saving ourselves of working a mile with our bags. The hotel was a nightmare to find because It's so built up. In the end Nathan waited with the bags while Eiry went off to find it. 2 minutes later eiry returned saying she found it. When we arrived at the hotel we were welcomed with warmth, the lady ...
... from the guys at Indigo! Whilst we were eating an Irish couple next to us where discussing the salt fields and how beautiful they were supposed to be, so a quick google later and we were back on the scooter heading out of town. As we turned off the main street, passing through a village, then a fishing village, then rice paddies the ground turned in to a dirt track which had been pretty affected by the rain earlier in the day. We persevered though and surely enough a ream ...
... meet Soly and So, our Cambodian crew and become familiar with our new bikes... And we are off cycling in the blazing sun, thankfully the roads are flat. I begin to dream I'm a water buffalo floating in the mud beside the road!!. We stop for a quick snack at the home of some lovely local ladies and their children, who delight in practicing their English with ...
... to a restaurant for breakfast, great eggs and bacon, and more coffee. We rode off after breakfast across the river, along the other side then back across the rickety bridge designed for bikes and scooters. Then rode off along the road to Kep, passing rice fields, lots of kids saying hello, stopped for a cold drink as I was getting tired.
Turned off and rode in to a cave, had another cold drink and got a guide who walked up to the ‘bat cave’ with ...