Everything seemed to be going well, until we reached the Vietnamese border and I was denied entry.
Phnom Penh enveloped our senses but we were grateful for the adventure. Here’s a list of what we got up to.
A short flight and we were in the bustling Phnom Penh, the modern capital of Cambodia. The contrast to Siem Reap was immediate.
We went to Khmer BBQ with the ladies from the non-profit organisation, Women’s Resource Center.
While in Siem Reap, I personally delivered the proceeds I had raised for Women’s Resource Center.
When you’ve seen pretty much everything that Siem Reap has to offer, all you want to do is visit your favourite spots. Here’s six places we just had to visit.
Our first day in Siem Reap was filled with familiar faces, smells and cuisine. It was good to be back.