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May 13, 2007 - Boob-lash

Well today was one I won't forget real quick. I was picked up from my hotel at 6.30am to get taken to the VIP bus...or so I thought. A mini bus pulled up and that was as I found out, going to be the transport all the way to the border. Kind of thought the ticket was a bit too cheap. Met the people who were already on board. There were four French of which one, Fabreece, spoke very good English. One girl, Diana from Hawaii, and two other girls from Holland. Although Grace looked Dutch, Yin (you can tell from that!) did not look Dutch at all....

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Oct 18, 2006 - Last Day at Angkor Wat

The morning of our last day in Siem Reap dawned cloudy and very humid. We were somewhat happy about that because it had been so sunny the previous two days and we had been bathed in perspiration - dripping wet really. As we prepared to leave the skies suddenly opened up with the most incredible thunderstorm and heavy downpour. We all stood at the end of the balcony awestruck at the ferocity of the storm. It had been so many years since any of us had seen rain pouring down like that. I turned away resigned to be stuck indoors all morning...

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Feb 22, 2006 - Honeymoon in Cambodia

Siem Reap, OK, I lied again. I'm not in Siem Reap, I'm most likely in Central Asian airspace, maybe Uzbekistan, en route to Frankfurt. Soon the day will arrive when I'll be able to post this from the air. (For the record, I do not look forward to that day, which may have arrived on certain Scandinavia airlines). For now, I'll content myself with posting this tomorrow from the Lufthansa business lounge in Frankfurt airport. Yes, I bear a frequent traveler card on a German airline. That's how long I've been away from the U.S. Siem Reap,...

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Mar 19, 2005 - Adventures in Cambodia

Hello again - We've just completed 4 days exploring the ancient Khymer capital of Angkor. The ruins are really extensive so we've only touched the surface. The complexes of Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, the Elephant and Leper Terraces, the Bayan, and a fabulous monastery that has been kept largely as it was when it was rediscovered (by Europeans) in mid 19th century were the highlights. Another World Heritage Site (WHS). Might as well plan the trip to include as many of these as possible. Last night we celebrated a famous Cambodian holiday - St...

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