What Happened Last Year: Early Morning at Siem Reap

I was half sleeping walking out of the hotel very early in the morning. The wind on the tuktuk woke me up. My hands were numb. I didn’t know Angkor Wat is located in the forest. There was just a long stretch of road leading us deeper into the trees. The air was getting colder. I could see the road lighted only by the tuktuk’s headlight covered with thin fog. I got so cold till I could no longer hold my complain seeing my cousin who brought a jacket for himself. Continue reading “What Happened Last Year: Early Morning at Siem Reap”

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Day 7: Phnom Penh

AND WE COME TO THE END OF THE TRIP. Continue reading “Day 7: Phnom Penh”

Day 6: Pnom Penh (b)

I couldn’t possibly combine a post about such historical places in the previous post with the normal touristy place we visited today. Continue reading “Day 6: Pnom Penh (b)”