Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia is our last stop in South East Asia. Phnom Penh was considered one of the loveliest French-built cities in Indochina in the 1920s but of course during Pol Pot's regime this all changed. We stayed in a Hotel for only $14 a night with free breakfast. It was superb but a bit out of the way. The next day we hired a tuk tuk driver for $25 to take us to the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek. Basically, Cambodia fell to the powers of the ...
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The bus journey from Saigon was horribly long and uneventful, so I will move on to our first proper day in Siem Reap. Our first impressions were positive, we loved the place. Clean, lots of cheap eats, trendy places and best of all lots of markets! We walked around the city wandering into shops and spent a whopping $15 at a pharmacy stocking up on all our necessities before we left South East Asia. We layed around for the afternoon drinking on beanbags in a clos...