Day 6 & 7

The morning of day 6 was spent at the killing fields. And yes, it was as depressing as it sounds. The killing fields document the experience of over a million Cambodians who were murdered in by the Khmer Rouge regime during the late 70s. This includes tours of this place where mass graves were held … More Day 6 & 7

Day 5 continued…

So, I have A LOOOOT of diary type posts from when I was in South East Asia last year, so I thought, HEY… why not actually finish them off and post them! Great idea. So I thought I’d write up the posts and aim to post one every Friday or so. I left off half … More Day 5 continued…

Day 5

Day 5 began with a hungover, made slightly worse by me falling through a chair, and then getting stuck there. My roommate, of course, still had a broken wrist and couldn’t help very much. After eventually freeing myself, and watching 3 or 4 blurry episodes of Sherlock with Chinese subtitles, I wandered into the town. … More Day 5

Day 4

This is a longish post, and I hope it makes some sort of sense as the first edit was basically a drunk ramble. This edit, however, makes a bit more sense and begins in the early morning… really early morning; around 4am in fact: we were going to see the world famous sunrise at the … More Day 4

Day 3

Number of accidental bug spray foggings: 2 Number of potential mosquito bites (despite using said bug spray): 3 Number of times my mouth was overpowered by Thai spice: 1 (but it was pretty bad so I’ll count it as 2) Number of hours travelled in total: 20 As you can see from the numbers above, … More Day 3

Day 2

So I finished the last entry with getting off my second flight and getting my money out. After that I was hanging out at baggage claim, waiting for my bag to come round the carousel thing and I started talking to a group of 3 Irish girls, we had a chat and it turned out … More Day 2