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... entrance ways or to decorate the insides giving it a romantic feel. Also, the Chinese and Japanese architectural features were stunning to say the least and totally different from any other city I've seen. I highly recommend a visit here to anyone. Tanner's last day with us was spent going on a Cham Island tour which included lots of snorkelling. With almost 2hrs of snorkelling time, we got to see so much with Tanner. Due to mine and Breanne's decent underwater experience, Breanne and ...
regime. The first people he eliminated
were the educated people; teachers, engineers, doctors, professionals. He then destroyed most of the country’s
infrastructure; hospitals, schools and other institutions, leaving only poorly
educated soldiers and farmers. Is it any
wonder that Cambodia remains the poorest country in SEA when there was no one
to educate the next generation, and so few to pass it on to the second?
... has a real charm that could easily see you end up staying for far longer than planned if you had the time.
Twenty minutes further along the coast is Kep, a quiet, seaside town in the very south and just a short distance from the Vietnamese border. The town used to be the pinnacle of holiday luxury for wealthy Cambodians and western ex-pats in the 30's and 40's, but due to recent events (previously blogged about) the town had been desolated since the 70's - however ...
... snorkelling which isn't much cop due to semi overcast skies and then have lunch on the boat. David and I end up sitting with a group of young Vietnamese who are on a four day break from their jobs as check-in attendants at HCMC airport. They show us how to eat properly (Vietnamese style) and we joke that if they are on duty when we check-in on our flight home we will expect an upgrade. As we leave the table one of the girls implies that if it is at ...
... and the side of salad was really appreciated, especially with the interesting pepper dressing.
On the other side of Kampot are a couple of limestone outcrops with some small caves. The ride there is supposed to be a rural experience. It begun with both of us wondering what the hell we had signed up for. This time the road was loose gravel and broken tar. Passing cars kicked up choking/blinding clouds of dust. The going was indeed slow, but ...