The past few days have been pretty damn good. Siem Reap is a lot nicer than Phnom Pehn, in fact one of my favourite Asian cities, it's much more chilled out and everything is in one place rather than walking around for ages and not finding anything. We met up with Elena and Holly and met Marcel, a guy they had been travelling with. The first day was spent travelling, and when we eventually got to Siem Reap found that Elena and Holly had saved us a room in their ...
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Phnom Pehn. Not too impressive really. After getting ripped off at the border and spending a night in a rubbish boring border town, first impressions of Cambodia weren't great. We got to Phnom Pehn on Monday afternoon and jumped in a tuctuc to try and find our guesthouse, only to find that we had chosen a driver who didn't seem to know the city. The 10 minute journey turned into 30 and we had to direct the driver in the right direction. We ended up checking in...