To travel is to live – Hans Christian Anderson.
Next day was pretty cruisy. It was so hot so I didn’t really want to do much. I walked around a bit, visited a Buddhist pagoda and then took a tuk tuk tour of Phnom Penh. I’ve spent so much money this trip it’s crazy!
The tuk tuk was on hour and he took me around to different pagodas and temples across the other side of the river. It’s a good view across there. My tuk tuk driver was so lovely and knowledgeable and he also took lots of photos for me.
Lately every time I go to write a blog post I fall asleep! It’s hard work keeping this up. Also I broke the screen on my phone, so I always end up with glass in my finger when I use it 🙁
After my trip in the tuk tuk I went to the Royal Palace
Although Phnom Penh was not all that exciting, and really two days was enough, I’m glad I went and it was worth learning about the history of the Cambodian people.
After that just wandered around the markets, got some food, bought a dress and waited it out until 10pm to get the night bus back to Siem Reap.