Had two nights in Phnom Penh stayed by the lake the room was not good when it rained and it did rain the water came through ceiling (also smelled funny). The Cambodian goverment knocking it all down in two years so no one repairs anything still it was cheap.
Spent three days in Siem Reap at the Angkor ruins something I have been looking forward to all trip and it did not dissapoint three days in the end is not enogth time. Althrough I think by day three Keeley was feeling a bit templed out. I think both mine and Keeley's favourite temple was Ta Prohm the one used in tomb raider that had been left to the jungle. We cycled round the ruins for two days most execise we have had in weeks feeling sore at the moment. Once again having camera problems so only some pictures on will treat you to slide show when get back (I am sure everyone cannot wait).
We also saw wild monkeys we filmed then eating someones lunch until the person realised and chased them away. We could of said something to stop the monkeys but well they are monkeys. The monkeys are everywhere around the ruins so a bit blase to them now. Met a couple of Kiwi's we first met in Mui Ne found them and there Tuk Tuk in a ditch in the jungle around the temples. The Tuk Tuk driver was that apologetic and embaressed that they kept him for next two days. Went out for drinks had lots of red wine then had to walk back in the near pitch dark that is Cambodia after midnight.
On our final night did not do much but did check out a bar descrided in guide book as having a great beer garden and a more racey disco than elsewhere. The bar had lots of scantily clad women outside and yes when we went inside it was a strip bar racey indeed (we did not stay they didn't sell any wine).
Back to Bangkok tomorrow a 12 hour coach journey and a border crossing not a fun day.