Day 2 and we had a very pleasant breakfast before deciding what to do. Jon and Scott were arriving that afternoon so we decided that we would surprise them by meeting them at the airport. We had booked our free massage, which we had in the morning. When we were asked if we wanted medium or hard, we bottled it and went for medium. It's quite an experience have a very small Cambodian girl bending and bashing you into submission. In fairness, our legs and backs felt much looser after. I couldn't stop giggling though because they covered our faces in cucumber which Geoff hates.
We had a wander around the city, looking at the stalls and then stopped for some traditional Khymer food at the Khymer Kitchen. Whilst there we were treated to all sorts of hawkers selling their wares; mainly children and land mine victims. It was later that we found out that the children work in the morning to earn money to be able to go to school in the afternoon. The food was pretty good, chicken in garlic, pork ribs with a thick dip made with garlic, chilli and fish sauce. This wasn't the food Mecca we looking for though, that would be found on our last night.
We tuk tuk'd our way to the airport and met Jon and Scott.
That evening we went to our favourite Miss Wong's and had a very spicy Kampot pepper bloody Mary, then had a mediocre meal (sadly it seems that the awful ingredient MSG has made it's way from China into Cambodian cookery).