so, after Sihanoukville we headed to Phnom Pehn for a bit of a break from drinking. Sort of. We visited the genocide museum and the killing fields. A bit depressing but very informative. We met a couple of Scots who took us to a Cambodian club called Pontoon. We didnt notice until we were leaving that it was full of old men and prostitutes! After spending six days in the city we made our way to Ratanakiri, in the North of Cambodia. Very small place but very pretty. We met another Scot here who had lost his bag due to bad bus drivers putting it on another bus. We spent the next few days with him visiting a minority village, waterfalls and swimming in a volcanic lake. we were all heading back to Phnom Pehn but on different buses. On the bus ride we had a bit of an accident. Our bus came off the road and almost rolled down an embankment. Everybody got off the bus fine. Just as this happened, our friend went past laughing on his bus. We met up for a drink before leaving the city. We are now in Kampot for a few days. Its very pretty here, we will be doing a sunset boat ride along the river. We have already met people here but they had to leave because they did a few naughty things whilst being drunk and now the police are looking for them, So we lost our drinking partners. We've just been chilling out. We had a Sunday roast which was amazing and have been lying round in hammocks.
25 years old from the South West of England, just about to set off on my travels around the world. I will be starting in South East Asia for four months,- Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. We have a short time in Australia and New Zealand and then three months in South America,- Chile, Brazil, Bolivia, Peru and Argentina.... full info