Campochia – you and mia!

Our journey to Cambodia was uneventful (and long); but the trip, even though by private bus, took it’s toll on a number of our compadres with general tiredness and some stomach upset.


We passed many temples as well as some new views on the way including a massive suspension bridge.

The food stop was a little more than interesting and the offerings looked delicious.

 

There was a lot of new building and the region looked more prosperous than previous areas.

The border crossing was fairly easy and we all relaxed again once we were on the road again to Phnom Penh. There was a busy schedule ahead of us and we were all looking forward to a comfy hotel room and a rest.
We were very happy to find ourselves in the beautiful city of Phnom Penh with another cycle tour already to go!

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